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Old 06-05-2005, 11:20 AM   #1
Michael Rowley
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Default ATM Deluxe (Win) fails to recognize all fonts

I have been using FontTrans for converting Windows T1 fonts into TT fonts, but sometimes ATM Deluxe fails to recognize all the fonts, although the files can be opened in Font Viewer.

For instance, I have converted 9 Minion T1 font files into TT font files, but ATM only recognizes 4—and not even 4 that form a set. I think it may be a naming problem: possibly FontTrans is not naming the files correctly, or ATM does not recognize the naming convention.

FontTrans gives me three choices for naming the Win TT fonts (8.3, PS name, or 'long name'—what's that?), but as the source fonts are Win T1, they have 8.3 names already, though different from the TT name; for instance, 'MJB_____.PFB' becomes a slightly less enigmatic 'MINIONEB.TTF' (both are Minion Expert Bold).

Any help will be gratefully received! I'm all at sea.

   
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