[XeTeX] how to use cid-x.map with xdvipdfmx

Vasile Gaburici vgaburici at gmail.com
Thu Aug 21 11:07:07 CEST 2008

You cannot prevent xdvipdfmx from reencoding your fonts as CID-keyed,
if that's what you're asking. There is no support (yet) for including
fonts directly as OpenType. That requires PDF 1.6 output.

On Thu, Aug 21, 2008 at 10:36 AM, Akira Kakuto <kakuto at fuk.kindai.ac.jp> wrote:
>> for example: my test.tex is as following:
>> luoyi at infos1:~/tex/Font/Type1$ cat test.tex
>> \font\lso="[DroidSerif-Regular.ttf]" \lso aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa \end
>> cid-x.map is as following:
>> luoyi at infos1:~/tex/Font/Type1$ cat cid-x.map
>> Droid at Unicode@ unicode !DroidSerif-Regular
> I think cid-x.map is not read for native (non tfm) fonts.
> You have to make subfonts Droid??.tfm and have to use them by a
> suitable method if you need to use cid-x.map.
> Best,
> Akira
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