Hi Robert, Thanks so much for your quick reply. I changed optimize-resources from false to true, and while Distiller no longer complains about Times and Courier, it is complaining about Helvetica. Checking the .ps file, I see Times and Courier are no longer referenced, but Helvetica is. It's not explicitly identified in my .fo file, and I didn't intend for Helvetica to be there; I wonder if it's lurking because of some block that lacks an explicit font-family?
If it helps, I've uploaded the resulting .ps file to: http://static.history.state.gov.s3.amazonaws.com/temp/frus-history-optimize-resources-true.ps Thanks, Joe On Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 6:35 PM, Robert <rme...@hotmail.co.uk> wrote: > > Hi, > > From a quick glance the font still seems to be included in the postscript > file even though you've commented it out. I'll take a look at this tomorrow > to see if I can reproduce. > > In the meantime however, to try and resolve your problem change the > <optimize-resources>false</optimize-resources> underneath the > application/postscript renderer section in the fop.xconf to true. That should > strip out any unused fonts listed in the config file from the output. > > I'll investigate more tomorrow if you're still having issues. > > Regards, > > Robert Meyer > > ________________________________ > From: joe...@gmail.com > Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2014 18:13:24 -0400 > Subject: Distiller errors with postscript generated by FOP > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > > > Hi all, > > A belated thanks for the response to my previous question about using Adobe > Distiller with postscript output from Apache FOP. > > I am hitting a new issue, in which Adobe Distiller gives me an error when I > give it a .ps file generated by Apache FOP, but only when I use Distiller's > Press Quality setting. With Distiller's Standard setting, I don't get an > error - presumably because Standard isn't as strict about the font issue > reported in the log: > > ---- > %%[ Error: Times-BoldItalic not found. Font cannot be embedded. ]%% > %%[ Error: invalidfont; OffendingCommand: findfont ]%% > > Stack: > /Font > (Times-BoldItalic) > > %%[ Flushing: rest of job (to end-of-file) will be ignored ]%% > %%[ Warning: PostScript error. No PDF file produced. ] %% > ---- > > What's strange is that I don't even use Times in this file. The only font I > use in my .fo file is Palatino Linotype. > > Has anyone encountered this error before with Distiller? > > For more context, I generated the .ps file on the Mac, using FOP trunk > (latest). I was using Distiller from Acrobat Pro XI on Windows 7. If it's > useful, I've posted the .fo, fop.config and .ps files at the links below: > > http://static.history.state.gov.s3.amazonaws.com/temp/frus-history.fo > http://static.history.state.gov.s3.amazonaws.com/temp/frus-history-original.ps > http://static.history.state.gov.s3.amazonaws.com/temp/frus-history-with-times-and-courier-defined.ps > http://static.history.state.gov.s3.amazonaws.com/temp/fop-config.xml > > The 'original' ps file uses the fop-config.xml as is. The > 'with-times-and-courier-defined' version uses the same config file, but with > the times and courier entries uncommented. The times and courier entries > were my attempt to force FOP to embed Courier and Times from the Mac, since > they both appeared in Distiller errors. But embedding these didn't help. > > My inclination is to try to strip the .ps file of any unused fonts, but I > haven't been able to figure out how to do this. > > Thanks in advance for any suggestions. > > Joe --------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe, e-mail: fop-users-unsubscr...@xmlgraphics.apache.org For additional commands, e-mail: fop-users-h...@xmlgraphics.apache.org