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Old 08-17-2006, 01:45 PM   #5
Michael Rowley
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How would I tell if a file (with an .otf extension) has TrueType outlines? I can't answer the question if I don't know what to look for.
You (possibly) and I (certainly) wouldn't know if a font file with the extension OTF had TrueType or PS outlines, partly because both of us use Windows NT5, which doesn't care; probably many are in the same position, but there are some experts on fonts here. If you're not an expert, you'll rely on the maker's information, which is how I 'know' that all Adobe font files with OTF extensions have PS outlines.

   
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