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Old 12-12-2006, 07:35 PM   #1
limacguy
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Default Unusual Tiger Font issue

I have a user running tiger with Suitcase Fusion ver 12.1.3, with a couple of fonts, when he creates a text box in quark 6.5.2, and tries printing - he gets an error that the fonts may be corrupt and they print as courier.

The font in question was copied from two other computers, removed from his suitcase by deleting, he dragged the new copies in to suitcase same results.

He also gets this when he creates a pdf and embeds fonts - an error that fonts maybe corrupt, and it prints with courier.

When the PDF was sent to a printer to print - they were unable to print it as well without errors

He started with the shift key down - same results - could it be corrupt font cache?

Suggestions?

Thanks!!!

SM

Last edited by ktinkel; 12-13-2006 at 06:13 AM. Reason: fix bad line breaks
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