Reading what's there I don't have high hopes that you can load CEF fonts.

See also:

If we were able to figure out in what specification CEF is documented
and the embedded font data were a full Type 1 font, it shouldn't be hard
to extract it from a stream. I currently don't see through there: CEF,
CFF, Type 2, TrueType, OpenType, blah, blah, blah. A real mess.

On 15.06.2005 15:35:37 Thomas DeWeese wrote:
> Hi All,
>    Just to throw in my 2 cents.   Batik "Handles" this through the
> @font-face CSS property.  This allows you to provide a mapping
> from a CSS font-family (with weight etc) to a font file on disk/network
> etc:
>      @font-face { font-family: "CSS Batik SVGFont";
>                   src: url(batikFont.svg#Batik); }
> Peter B. West wrote:
> > J.Pietschmann wrote:
> > 
> >> Jeremias Maerki wrote:
> >>
> >>> Ok, but this assumes that you work in concert with AWT's font subsystem.
> >>
> >> Well, AWT doesn't provide a way to get the file for a font, but
> >> we can at least get an AWT Font from a TTF file.
> > 
> > And a Type1 file (Java 5).  Java just keeps getting better.
>     This is _very_ interesting.  Do you have a reference on this?
> Illustrator has a bad habit of embedding CEF (CFF?) fonts in
> SVG - these are Type1 font outlines in a TrueType/OpenType wrapper
> If the JDK supports Type1 fonts it might support these now as well
> (hoping ;).

Jeremias Maerki

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