> Victor Mote wrote:
> > No. Courier-Bold-Italic would be the Typeface, Courier would be the
> > TypefaceFamily. So my Font object that gets used by FOP would be
> > Courier-Bold-Italic at 12 points. It has a parent Typeface,
> which represents
> > the Courier-Bold "font" file and its contents. This typeface
> has a parent
> > TypefaceFamily, which represents the Courier family, and knows
> how to find
> > bold, italic, small-caps, etc. Typefaces which are related.
> So your font is the same as an java.awt.Font?
Same general concept, except I think there is a separate class for font
metrics in that system. If I can ever find a way to get to the physical file
(or some representation of it) through java.awt.Font (for embedding), we
would use it along with our other font scheme.