[scribus] Printing service problem with Scribus
eilert-sprachen at t-online.de
Wed Jan 14 07:48:35 UTC 2015
Am 13.01.2015 18:51, schrieb Andreas Vox:
>> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>> Von: Rolf-Werner Eilert [mailto:eilert-sprachen at t-online.de]
>> Gesendet: Dienstag, 13. Januar 2015 18:21
>> An: scribus at lists.scribus.net
>> Betreff: Re: [scribus] Printing service problem with Scribus
>> Am 13.01.2015 17:12, schrieb Gregory Pittman:
>>> On 01/13/2015 09:38 AM, Rolf-Werner Eilert wrote:
>>>> Nice idea with a shell script, but I guess that wasn't the problem
>>>> It was about the main font used, and I checked for it right now, so
>>>> no indication I forgot.
>>> One thing to do is to look at the PDF under Adobe Reader and see what
>>> it tells you about fonts. It should indicate if they are there or not.
>> Hmmm. It says, all fonts are embedded, but one: "FoS0". ??? Never knew I
>> used such a strange one.
> That's a subset font generated by Scribus.
>> The other thing is, I have my main font, Syntax, as Adobe Type 1 and as
>> TrueType, and with different weights. They are all embedded. Maybe one of
>> them went crazy?
> Ah, two font files with the same font name may indeed be a problem for
> Eg. look up a glyph during layout from one file and then tell PDF to use the
> glyph from the other file.
> Do you have both Syntax font files on your computer? Can you file a bug for
Yes, I realized this only yesterday when I looked it up. Usually I use
only TrueType OR Ps1 in my documents. And yes, they are both installed
and their names are slightly different.
By the way, which one would you prefer?
In order to file a bug, I should identify a bug at all. Up to now, I
don't know if it's merely bad operating by me, an error in the software
RIP or workflow of the printing firm or really a bug.
I checked the PDFs on a Windows system with Adobe Reader and without the
Syntax fonts, they display absolutely ok there. Are there any other ways
of checking a PDF?
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