Removing the "embed-font" attribute results in an error. Removing the entire
<font> tag is making the Serializer ignore the font altogether, thus
embedding default font.

Thanks
Satih

        -----Original Message-----
        From:   Jeremias Maerki [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
        Sent:   Monday, February 18, 2002 1:03 PM
        To:     [EMAIL PROTECTED]
        Subject:        Re: Embedding fonts - works from command line FOP
but not in Coco on 2

        > The user config file is getting loaded (seen this in the log
file). But for
        > some reason, the font is not getting embedded.
        > 
        > I have a question on the way fonts are treated in FOP. Other pdf
generators
        > allow us to specify whether fonts need to be embedded or
referenced in the
        > pdf file. If referenced, the font file should be available to
Acrobat Reader
        > on the rendering machine. If embedded, the font file will be part
of the pdf
        > file. Is this possible with FOP?  If this is possible, my
requirement will
        > be met. 

        Well, in that case you just have to remove the "embed-file"
attribute of
        the font entry in user-config.xml. That's it.

        Cheers,
        Jeremias Märki

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