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Re: Problem with ~ and ^
> At 01:29 AM 11/29/1999 -0500, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> >OK, I have a problem. The documents, when converted to PDF via
> >ghostscript 5.94, have blanks for ligatures like fi, fl, and copyright
> >symbols. I have seen this before, and it usually has to do with some
> >improper encoding. It looks fine when the PS file is viewed.
> >Any ideas? I was really starting to like LY1 too.
> This is in Windows? And using fonts like Times-Roman, Helvetica
> and Courier? Then your problem is the substitution of locally
> installed TrueType fonts, e.g. TimesNewRoman for the Type 1
> Times-Roman. Acrobat cannot reencode TrueType fonts, and
> Windows ANSI text font encoding does not include fi and fl, so
> you will lose these.
No, sorry, I should have mentioned I am using BSD/OS Unix.
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