Would you be willing to clarify this for the font novice? From what I read  
into your statement, it appears that Type 1 fonts (the old Adobe PS fonts) are  
being translated in the background into Unicode. Is that accurate? Is there  
anything special I need to do? Or, can I just go on to use Frame and the fonts 
I  have (a combination of PS and TrueType fonts) just the way I always have?

Nancy Adams

In a message dated 8/14/2008 1:28:56 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
isaacs at adobe.com writes:

FrameMaker 8 continues to support use of Type 1 fonts (I assume that  is
what you mean by "PS fonts") as well as TrueType and OpenType fonts.  The
character set of the Type 1 fonts are mapped into Unicode.

You  don't say what type of "font errors" you are getting (missing  fonts?
mismapped characters? What?). If you provide some specific  information
including the exact font names, source of such fonts, etc. and  perhaps
a sample document, we could perhaps better analyze the problem you  are
experiencing and offer some assistance.

- Dov

> -----Original Message-----
> From:  Kanti.Mann at schange.com
> Sent: Wednesday, August 13, 2008 7:55  PM
> Hello:
> I know FM8 uses unicode, rather than  PS fonts as before, but in an entire
> group of 10+ writers, some of us  are getting font errors, and some are
> not, now that we're all using  the ATCS.
> Further, many of the errors are for things like  Helvetica, which is there
> anyway!
> Is there a pointer  to an explanation of why this is happening, and how to
> fix the  problem?  Sorry if this is already covered, but I couldn't locate
>  it in the framers archives.
> Kanti  Mann

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