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Old 09-16-2006, 08:34 AM   #3
bmann
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I suppose that is one way to workaround the Mac deficiency, although I am not familar with creating new fonts. Another work around would be to insert the glyph into a unicode program like InDesign, convert it to outlines and save it as an EPS, then insert it inline with the text in the Quark Doc. Although, that is a little less clever than your method, since it won't be automatically sized if the font size changes. :/
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