[scribus] Finding Document Fonts
chappa-ai at q.com
Mon Jun 13 06:16:42 UTC 2011
Yes, the text editor showed where the fonts were located, but rather cryptically. Some sort of Find Font Placements script would be useful. Changing the defaults cleans out the "unused" fonts. It's interesting that the fonts export with the pdf, even though there is no visible text using them.
On Jun 13, 2011, at 12:02 AM, a.l.e wrote:
>>> Is there a way to find where specific fonts are used in a document?
>>> I had thought the only font used in my document is Helvetica Neue
>>> LT, but apparently Ariel and Times New Roman are also present
>>> somewhere. I tried looking in the Outline window, but
>>> right-clicking a text frame in Outline and selecting Info doesn't
>>> say what font(s) are used in the frame. Somewhere in my document
>>> are two extra fonts that shouldn't be there, but I don't know how
>>> to locate them to fix it.
>> Probably the easiest way is to open the sla file in a text editor and
>> search for the font.
> yes, this will probably work.
> as far as i know the issue is with the fonts being used for some
> defaults values in your document.
> sadly, there is no "real" solution for it, yet...
> i guess we should have a look at it at some time...
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