[Scribus] What is an S font?
Tue Dec 25 08:31:55 CET 2007
On Tuesday 25 December 2007 02:19:26 Brian Astill wrote:
> In Scribus Preferences, all but three of my installed fonts are
> marked with the Tt truetype symbol. Those fonts are accessible.
> The remaining three - Gargi 1.7, Comix and Fritz - are marked with
> an S and are NOT accessible. I can see no difference in type,
> location, permissions or ownership of these three compared to the
> other, available, fonts.
> Advice, anyone?
Its a substituted font, where the document that is open references fonts that
you do not have installed on your system. You can set permanent substitutions
or temporary ones, and this allows you to still work on a document (with a
slightly different look) as compared to the original. Perhaps your document
was created on another PC and the fonts need to be copied over (potential
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