On 10/2/2013 9:47 PM, Aditya Mahajan wrote:
Hi,

Is it possible to use Nibus Roman with MkIV.

I have to send a document where the font used **must** be Times New
Roman or Nimbus Roman. I tried using a clone (Termes), but I was told
that I must use Times New Roman or Nimbus Roman. (It is a matter of
regulations, so it is not possible for me to explain that Termes and
Nibmus Roman are essentially the same).

So, is it possible to use Nimbus Roman (type1 font) in MkIV?

you can just force "file:somename.afm" .. mkiv will make a wide font of it (map onto unicode) so you should be fine

Hans


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