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From Alberto Priore <alberto.pri...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: creating pdf add fonts
Date Mon, 18 Jul 2011 13:51:46 GMT

Thank you Chris,
I've added the font-family="HelveticaNeueLTStd-Md"
not the font-family="HelveticaNeue" becouse FOP show the error that I do no
have that particular font.


cbowditch wrote:
> 
> On 18/07/2011 12:28, Alberto Priore wrote:
>> Sorry I forgot to write the version of Apache FOP, I'm using the 0.95
> 
> Thanks for letting us know.
> 
>> I'm quite sure that I'm not using Helvetica in my xsl-fo
>> I've only specified the font-family for the other 4 fonts.
>>
>> What I want is to create the pdf only with that 4 fonts.
> 
> Ok. I understand the problem. Most likely Helvetica, which is the 
> default font is used because of some text outside of your custom font 
> font-family="HelveticaNeue" If you want to make sure your custom font 
> HelveticaNeue is used throughout your document the add 
> font-family="HelveticaNeue" to fo:root element. This should eliminate 
> any reference to the default font Helvetica.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Chris
> 
>> ----
>>
>> Now I expand the scope of the discussion,
>> I need to create an eps file starting from xsl-fo
>> so for first I create the pdf from Apache FOP
>> then I convert it with
>> acroread -toPostScript file.pdf
>> ps2eps file.ps
>>
>> but when I open the eps file into Adobe Illustrator
>> this returns me an issue that Helvetica is a missing font...
>> But I do not use Helvetica, I'm only using the other 4 fonts.
>>
>> Can you suggest me a solutions for my scope?
>>
>>
>>
>> cbowditch wrote:
>>> On 18/07/2011 11:05, Alberto Priore wrote:
>>>> Hi!
>>> Hi Alberto,
>>>
>>>> I'm creating with Apache FOP a pdf
>>> Can you please let us know FOP version you are using when reporting an
>>> issue.
>>>> I'm embedding 4 fonts inside the pdf
>>>> but when I run the command from linux
>>>> pdffonts file.pdf
>>>> this is the result:
>>>>
>>>> name                                              type
>>>> emb
>>>> sub uni object ID
>>>> ------------------------------------ ----------------- --- --- ---
>>>> ---------
>>>> Helvetica                                         Type 1
>>>> no
>>>> no  no      18  0
>>>> EAAAFB+HelveticaNeueLTStd-XBlkCn     CID TrueType      yes yes yes    
>>>> 22
>>>> 0
>>>> EAAAFC+HelveticaNeueLTStd-Md          CID TrueType      yes yes yes
>>>> 28
>>>> 0
>>>> EAAAFA+HelveticaNeueLTStd-BlkCn       CID TrueType      yes yes yes
>>>> 40
>>>> 0
>>>> EAAAFD+HelveticaNeueLTStd-MdCnO     CID TrueType      yes yes yes    
>>>> 34
>>>> 0
>>>>
>>>> the Helvetica fonts makes me issues when I convert it into eps
>>>> with the command acroread
>>>>
>>>> How can I produce the pdf without embed the "Helvetica" fonts
>>>> but the other 4 have to be embedded?
>>> Helvetica is not embedded. The above table clearly states "no" in the
>>> column titled "emb" This means your XSL-FO uses Helvetica, but since its
>>> a Base 14 font, FOP doesn't embed it. The 4 custom HelveticaNeue fonts
>>> are embedded. Perhaps I misunderstood your question. If so, could you
>>> re-phrase it?
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> Chris
>>>
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