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Topic: look at this sceenshot...
Conf: (P-PDF) Mac Issues, Msg: 147104
From: hairfarm
Date: 3/4/2006 03:40 PM

I took a screenshot of a font loaded into FontBook that I'm having trouble with, April-Skyline.

http://www.hairfarm.web.aplus.net/hairfarm/Picture1.jpg


If you notice in the screenshot, there is a "dash" or "hyphen" in front of the font name. The other fonts do not have this dash in front of their name.
Whenever I load a font, and see this dash, I immediately know that the font will not show up in any of my program menus even though it "appears" in Font Book. The other fonts that have no dash/hyphen all appear in my menus and work correctly. This font was created in 91.

What I have discovered - If a font has a dash/hyphen (-) in the font name, then Font Book will always put a dash in
front of the fonts name in the Font Book list. I wonder if the font name has anything to do with my problem.
Its almost as if having a dash in the orginal font name causes problems with Font Book.


Anybody familiar with this weird issue?

Thanks,

Hairfarm


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