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Old 12-12-2006, 11:55 PM   #6
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I tried converting my Futura family. None of the italic/oblique font converted correctly. I contacted FontLab tech support--several times. No response. I am miffed. I am asking for a refund. Not my $$, company $$. Now I have to explain it to them. Strangely enough, when I tested the demo, it converted these fonts correctly. Go figure.

I guess we have to pony up $5,000 for the Adobe Font Folio Opentype collection. Except that the new redesign doesn't use Adobe fonts. It uses something called "The Sans" and "The Serif." I *wish* designers weren't allowed to load their own fonts.

Stay tuned.
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