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I’m hving difficulty even getting Heroku to recognize ANY kind of font, much less a custom one! Best of luck though! Nearly every modern PostScript printer newcenturyschlbk bold with 35 Type 1 PostScript fonts permanently installed in the printer. Nimbus Roman No9 style: Anyone who does desktop publishing knows how critical it is to avoid font substitution in their page layouts. Specifically I’m building an image caption see code below and want to be able to newcenturyschlbk bold a font that’s not in the list.
In some newcenturyschlbk bold the printouts I noticed that certain fonts were completely wrong. When creating a new caption this probably applies to other types of text as wellyou can specify a font as a string e. The Windows PostScript printer will try to substitute certain TrueType fonts in your document in favor of one of newcenturyschlbk bold built in Type 1 device fonts. So glad i found this issue Obviously the available options on Heroku are more expansive than what’s on my machine, but still quite limited.
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I ran into this one day while printing font specimen sheets of some of my Windows TrueType font collections.
Because Type newcenturyschlbk bold PostScript fonts are the preferred format for page layouts destined for printers and service bureaus, as a general rule you should newcenturyschlbk bold and install the 35 actual Type 1 fonts in your computer and use them in your layouts instead of their TrueType equivalents. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. After digging into the settings of the printer drivers I noticed that all my PostScript printers were, indeed, setup to substitute certain trueType fonts.
Adios to Winter Bash The printer uses a “font substitution table” to determine which fonts to substitute. Following is a list of these 35 device fonts:.
I’d like to be able to offer the user a selection of fonts to choose from, however I’m finding the stock set of fonts that came with GhostScript what I have on my newcenturyschlbk bold to be rather limiting.
Lato for use with ImageMagick in a way that will work locally but also on Heroku. More here on Type 1 fonts. If the TrueType font you want to use is in the printer’s font substitution table, then you will have to configure the Windows PostScript printer. My company ended up abandoning the feature we were developing with ImageMagick so I never pursued it any further.
DejaVu Sans Mono style: I looked into that avenue. Depending on how your system is configured, the printer’s font substitution table will contain some or all of the following fonts:. You can edit the printer’s font substitution table, but there is a more direct setting you can make that will bypass the font substitution table altogether.