They were Type 1 PFM fonts. They looked fine when they were viewed with Acrobat on NeoWare Linux. But they would not print (standard Linux lpr poscript was used).
JohnPT [EMAIL PROTECTED] APACHE.ORG To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] cc: 12/17/01 02:25 AM Subject: Re: True Type Fonts in Fop Please respond to fop-user On 2001.12.14 18:05 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: > > We noticed that when fonts are embeded by FOP they are imported with > "Windows" encoding (in Adobe File->Document Info.->Fonts...). If you use > a > Adobe tool to embeded a font it's encoding is "Built-in" (or something to > that effect). We found our Unix boxes needed things tweaked,similar to > whats described by Chuck below, to make the FOP embeded fonts work. The > "Windows" encoding happened even if the FOP processing was run on a > non-Windows computer. > > I still don't get why that works like that. A clean solution to this > would > be something nice for the documentation library :) > > JohnPT I there is precise information then it should be documented. What type of font were you embedding, was it a windows font. Could it be possible that the font cannot be used on another platform. The fonts are embedded, they are not converted.