pdftops eps font issue
alberto.priore at gmail.com
Tue Jul 12 09:07:01 UTC 2011
but I'm not creating the .ps from Apache FOP
I'm creating the pdf from Apache FOP and then I convert it from pdftops
> On 07/11/2011 02:10 PM, Paul Sladen wrote:
>> On Mon, 11 Jul 2011, Alberto Priore wrote:
>>> > > The 'EAAFD+' means that the font has been cut-down (subsetted)
>>> How can I tell to pdftops to do not cut fonts?
>> The program creating the PDF (Apache FOPS) is the component performing
>> the font subsetting. It sounds like you have probably found a bug,
>> which I'd like to try and help get fixed for you.
>> Lets report it in the bug-tracker, so that we can debug it. Could you
>> click the following link to create the bug report:
>> and attach a sample PDF file that is causing the problem to show
>>> > pdftops file.pdf -eps file.eps
>> To clarify, are you using 'pdftops' (from GhostScript) or 'pdftoeps'
>> (from Poppler/xpdf?). They are completely separate commands and it's
>> necessary to know which the bug is likely to be in.
> Perhaps this is the issue:
>> Various notes related to embedded fonts:
>> The PostScript renderer does not yet support TrueType fonts, but can
>> embed Type 1 fonts.
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