Does Acrobat open the PDF without problems if you don't embed the font
(remove embed-file attribute)?

On Wed, 13 Nov 2002 11:08:09 +0100 Dennis Myrén wrote:
> Thank You for all help so far, with my PFM font embedding problem.
> I am very thankful.
> 
> My implementation in the userconfig.xml file looks like this (as childs of 
> the <fonts> node):
> These are two declarations, one for the normal weighted font, and one with 
> bold:

<snip/>

> The error i get when opening the generated PDF from Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0:
> "Unable to extract the embedded font StandardGroteskBSK-Bold. Some characters 
> may not display or print correctly."
> 
> The names displayed in the XML metrics files are:
> <font-name>StandardGroteskBSK-Regular</font-name>
> and
> <font-name>StandardGroteskBSK-Bold</font-name>
> 
> I have also tried to use these names without success.
> But when using SVG, i succeed to use this font, using the name:
> StandardGroteskBSK-Regular 
> for example: <text x="100" y="100" 
> style="font-family:StandardGroteskBSK-Regular;">This is 
> StandardGroteskBSK-Regular</text>
> or "StandardGroteskBSK-Bold" to get the bold one.
> 
> Which is the actual name here? I am a little bit confused about that.
> Sure its me doing something wrong here.
> If anyone has a clue, that's great, but I understand the complexity of my 
> problems here. It is not very easy for you to recreate my problem and debug 
> it.


Jeremias Maerki

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