From: Bob Stayton (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Mar 24 2004 - 13:28:07 PST
My Windows XP box has four Palatino TrueType files (no small caps, though)
in c:\Windows\fonts . If you run XEP on the Windows box, you can configure
it to use those fonts. There might be other fonts in there you might find
----- Original Message -----
From: "John W. Shipman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "XEP Support" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 2004 9:25 AM
Subject: [xep-support] General fonts question
> We're converting from FOP to XEP for our in-house DocBook->PDF
> toolchain. I'm very happy so far except for the small number of
> built-in fonts.
> Here's our release data, just for completeness (with Modular
> Stylesheets release 1.65.1):
> XEP - XSL Formatting Engine for Paged Media
> Academic Edition
> Version 3.7.3
> February 9, 2004
> Somehow, PDF files built by FOP seem to know about Palatino, but
> XEP does not. I'm not the package installer or maintainer here,
> but our local sysadmins are stumped.
> The information in the XEP User Guide about how to install fonts
> is quite clear, but we don't seem to have the requisite files.
> Somehow, Acrobat Reader and the printers can view and print files
> coming out of FOP that use Palatino. Either they're using the
> built-in fonts correctly, or the font files are squirreled away
> somewhere we don't know about.
> We're a state-underfunded university and always trying to do
> things on the cheap here, so I'd prefer less than perfect
> public-domain fonts over expensive purchased fonts, whenever
> possible. What are our options?
> * Is there some magic configuration thing we can tweak so that
> AcroRead and the printers use whatever font source they're
> currently using?
> * Are there reasonably decent public-domain fonts out there?
> * If the only choice is to purchase them, whose should we buy?
> At the moment I need only a small number of fonts:
> Palatino: regular, italic, bold, bold italic, small-caps
> Lucida Typewriter: regular, italic, bold, bold italic
> I'd appreciate any suggestions.
> John Shipman (firstname.lastname@example.org), Applications Specialist, NM Tech Computer
> Speare 128, Socorro, NM 87801, (505) 835-5950, http://www.nmt.edu/~john
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