Dutch801bt roman font

Mac OS X does allow you to install fonts in user-specific locations, but FusionPro is not intended to be used in this manner. So the real question is, are the fonts embedded in the output document? When I check out the Assets. I tested it out in my PrintManager, and now when I download a. It also shows that the correct text dutfhbt not embedded.

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Notice how the fonts on the volume, number, month, year, title and author lines have all changed.

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Also, are you shutting down the FusionPro application after loading fonts? When loading fonts, FusionPro just iterates the fonts installed on the system at the time.

So the real question is, are the fonts embedded in the output document? Sorry for the overload of info, I hope this actually makes sense For this particular job, when I upload it to my PrintManager, everything seems to upload fine. Notice how the fonts on the dutch801bbt, number, month, year, title and author lines have all changed.

However, when I preview this job, type in a few variables, foont then refresh the preview, the fonts are all screwed ronan.

When I go to download the preview and view in Acrobat, the fonts are still screwed up. Mac OS X does allow you to install dufch801bt in user-specific locations, but FusionPro is not intended to be used in this manner. I have a feeling though that a lot of these issues has to do with our font management, and limited access to certain folders i.

CTAN: /tex-archive/fonts/psfonts/corelpak

As I understand it, this file is supposed to contain all the font information, so I assume this is the cause of the problem. Did the error messages in dhtch801bt original post come from a local Desktop composition or from FP Web? I tested it out in my PrintManager, and now when I download a.

When I check out the Assets.

It also shows that the correct text dutfhbt not embedded. Only system fonts will be used for this job. Unless, of course, you get an error at composition time.

So the real question is, are the fonts embedded in the output document? This is why fonts are fonnt at installation time, and of course, the installer itself has to be run under a user account with administrative privileges. Fonts appear to not be collecting. Also, I just now noticed that the fonts show up correctly when I download the. This is why fonts rooman loaded at installation time, and of course, the installer itself has to be run under a user account with administrative privileges.

Picture 1 — This is the preview pre-publishingbefore I plug in any info. It also shows that the correct text is not embedded. What I meant by this is that by default, FusionPro pulls fonts from within its own folder.

However, you can use the Advanced Settings dialog to change the location of the Fonts folder. In either case, you may need to collect up your job, and possibly the fonts in question, and send everything to Support for a full analysis. I do make sure that FusionPro is directed to this folder, and I always load the fonts as well.

Mac OS X does allow you to install fonts in user-specific locations, but FusionPro is not intended to be used in this manner. When I compose, the log gives me numerous errors.

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And changing the contents of the folder is not supported at all. Did the error messages in your original post come from toman local Desktop composition or from FP Web?

Am I royally screwing things up? If so, then the fonts should be there. Unless, of course, you get an error at composition time.

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