[scribus] Font question True Type vs Open Type

Wayne Gregori wg at sfnet.com
Tue Jun 15 02:12:11 CEST 2010

Thanks!  Worked

On 6/14/2010 11:15 AM, Christoph Schäfer wrote:
> Am Montag, 14. Juni 2010 18:36:38 schrieb Wayne Gregori:
>> I've been having some problems with PDF files that local print shops
>> can't use do to embedded / outlined font issues.
>> I found that of the two printers that I use, one accepts my pdfs  when
>> fonts are outlined and the other accepts my pdfs when the fonts are
>> embedded.
>> Problem:
>> Some of my non- True Type fonts will not "embed", i.e., when I try to
>> embed them they will NOT migrate to the box that indicates that they are
>> embedded but they migrate to the box indicating that they are Outlined.
> I guess you are using OpenType fonts. Embedding those is disabled by default.
> You can, however, override this setting:
> For the current document go to File>  Document Setup>  Fonts. Look for the
> fonts you want to embed and scroll to the right. There is a column
> called "Subset." For OpenType fonts this option is checked by default.
> Disable the setting by clicking on the checkbox. Now you can embed the font.
> If you want use this setting in all new documents, do the same in File>
> Preferences>  Fonts.
> Christoph
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