Nope, the userconfig.xml is correct. For each font style there is a single
entry, setting the correct triple. As I have written, the problem is solved
when we manually modify the font metrics files _without_ chaning the
userconfig.xml, of course.

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# Von: Jeremias Maerki [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
# Gesendet am: Mittwoch, 29. Januar 2003 14:17
# An: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
# Betreff: Re: TTFReader and different font styles
# 
# You've probably simply got an error in your userconfig.xml. 
# You need to
# make sure that you've got an entry for each style. See the sample
# userconfig.xml that comes with FOP. There's an example for the Arial
# font that does exactly that. No need to edit the generated 
# XML files IMO.
# 
# On 29.01.2003 14:00:54 Müller, Markus wrote:
# > I noticed a strange behaviour when using TTFReader to 
# generate some font
# > metrics files for a corporate font. The font is available 
# in normal, italic,
# > bold and italic+bold style. Since we run our application 
# mainly on the
# > Windows platform, I use the "-enc ansi" option in the 
# commandline. TTFReader
# > generates one XML-file for each font style based on the 
# different TTF-files.
# > That's absolutely correct. BUT when using these, 
# AcrobatReader does use the
# > *normal* style font for all possible styles. Manipulating 
# the font metrics
# > file solves the problem, by appending ",Bold" resp 
# ",Italic" ... to the
# > font's display name. Is there a way that TTFReader 
# generates this appendix
# > to the name? Or is the font file "a little corrupt"?
# 
# 
# Jeremias Maerki
# 
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