[XeTeX] Font problem with publisher --- help!!!
nivaca at gmail.com
Sat Sep 12 02:28:37 CEST 2009
> *Seriously, if this is only a *printing* problem, my advise is to build a
> postscript file with all included/downloaded fonts.*
I tried that but with no success. I used pdftops to create the postcript
from the PDF, and then I passed it through Acrobat Destiller, but the font
Is that the way you do it?
2009/9/11 François Chaplais <francois.chaplais at mines-paristech.fr>
> Le 11 sept. 09 à 15:28, Nicolas Vaughan a écrit :
> What do you think about converting all text to outlines? That'll solve the
>> problem, but I don't know if it has "collateral damages...
>> nice punishment if the publisher wants to use Illustrator!
> Seriously, if this is only a *printing* problem, my advise is to build a
> postscript file with all included/downloaded fonts. One of my sons has
> worked for 6 weeks in a printer's shop with a heavy duty printer that prints
> and cuts all kinds of material, and they used a PC for the printing because
> it has the right PS driver that interprets a certain curve color as a shape
> to cut in the material. Even at home, most of our problems are solved by
> outputting postscript and then using distiller. I am not familiar enough
> with ghostscript to give advice on it.
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