From: Paul A. Hoadley (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jan 23 2003 - 05:57:47 PST
On Thu, Jan 23, 2003 at 02:17:17PM +0300, Nikolai Grigoriev wrote:
> > cmr10 seems to get embedded in the resulting PS, but the text
> > itself doesn't use the font -- in fact, it comes out as Courier.
> > I suspect I'm not naming things correctly. Can anyone help me
> > to use the Computer Modern font?
> the problem is as follows: for Computer Modern fonts, names in AFM
> and in PFB differ in case. The font is named "cmr10" in cmr10.afm -
> but cmr10.pfb has "CMR10". (Strictly speaking, this is an error in
> the font). This problem manifests in PostScript only; PDF uses a
> different mechanism to bind font names to outlines.
> To fix, specify <font name="CMR10" ...> (all uppercase) in
Thanks -- this does indeed allow the Computer Modern font to appear in
PS output. Somewhat strangely, though, spaces appear as a slightly
angled hyphen! What is the cause of this?
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