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Old 07-07-2011, 05:01 PM
Alberto Priore
 
Default pdftops eps font issue

I'm creating a pdf with Apache FOP in Linux then I need to convert the pdf it
into an eps.

I'm trying lot of ways, the only one that seems works is the pdftops. But,
when I convert it into Linux in command line

pdftops file.pdf -eps file.eps

This command creates me the eps but when I try to open it in Adobe
Illustrator in Windows XP It returns me the error

EAAFD+HelveticaNeueLTStd-MdCnO_99-Identify-H;
Font not found on the system; missing font has been substituted.

But 1: the fonts han not been substituted 2: the eps do not show words
inside it is all blank instead of the images

I'm sure that in Windows XP I have all the fonts becouse if I convert the
pdf to an eps inside the Adobe Illustrator all works fine and Adobe
Illustrator do not show me the fonts issue.

Can you help me?
What I'm doing wrong?
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Old 07-08-2011, 01:47 PM
Alberto Priore
 
Default pdftops eps font issue

I'm creating a pdf with Apache FOP in Linux then I need to convert the pdf it
into an eps.

I'm trying lot of ways, the only one that seems works is the pdftops. But,
when I convert it into Linux in command line

pdftops file.pdf -eps file.eps

This command creates me the eps but when I try to open it in Adobe
Illustrator in Windows XP It returns me the error

EAAFD+HelveticaNeueLTStd-MdCnO_99-Identify-H;
Font not found on the system; missing font has been substituted.

But 1: the fonts han not been substituted 2: the eps do not show words
inside it is all blank instead of the images

I'm sure that in Windows XP I have all the fonts becouse if I convert the
pdf to an eps inside the Adobe Illustrator all works fine and Adobe
Illustrator do not show me the fonts issue.

Can you help me?
What I'm doing wrong?
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Old 07-08-2011, 02:08 PM
Alberto Priore
 
Default pdftops eps font issue

I'm creating a pdf with Apache FOP in Linux then I need to convert the pdf it
into an eps.

I'm trying lot of ways, the only one that seems works is the pdftops. But,
when I convert it into Linux in command line

pdftops file.pdf -eps file.eps

This command creates me the eps but when I try to open it in Adobe
Illustrator in Windows XP It returns me the error

EAAFD+HelveticaNeueLTStd-MdCnO_99-Identify-H;
Font not found on the system; missing font has been substituted.

But 1: the fonts han not been substituted 2: the eps do not show words
inside it is all blank instead of the images

I'm sure that in Windows XP I have all the fonts becouse if I convert the
pdf to an eps inside the Adobe Illustrator all works fine and Adobe
Illustrator do not show me the fonts issue.

Can you help me?
What I'm doing wrong?
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Old 07-08-2011, 05:40 PM
Ric Moore
 
Default pdftops eps font issue

On Fri, 2011-07-08 at 07:08 -0700, Alberto Priore wrote:
> I'm creating a pdf with Apache FOP in Linux then I need to convert the pdf it
> into an eps.
>
> I'm trying lot of ways, the only one that seems works is the pdftops. But,
> when I convert it into Linux in command line
>
> pdftops file.pdf -eps file.eps
>
> This command creates me the eps but when I try to open it in Adobe
> Illustrator in Windows XP It returns me the error
>
> EAAFD+HelveticaNeueLTStd-MdCnO_99-Identify-H;
> Font not found on the system; missing font has been substituted.
>
> But 1: the fonts han not been substituted 2: the eps do not show words
> inside it is all blank instead of the images
>
> I'm sure that in Windows XP I have all the fonts becouse if I convert the
> pdf to an eps inside the Adobe Illustrator all works fine and Adobe
> Illustrator do not show me the fonts issue.
>
> Can you help me?
> What I'm doing wrong?

Embed the fonts. That will increase the size of the file, but the file
will appear to others as you intend it to. Ric


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Old 07-10-2011, 12:32 PM
Paul Sladen
 
Default pdftops eps font issue

On Thu, 7 Jul 2011, Alberto Priore wrote:

Hello Alberto, I don't have a complete answer for you, but possibly
some of the following may give you a lead. I notice that the same
question appears to have been reported at:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6612132/pdftops-eps-font-issue (1 reply)
http://forums.adobe.com/thread/874427 (2 replies)
http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/xmlgraphics-fop-users/201107.mbox/browser (10 replies)

If you find a solution, please could you follow-up to all of the
locations at the end so that everyone knows the issue has been
resolved and sorted by a suggestion from elsewhere.

> PDF with Apache FOP in Linux then I need to convert into an eps.

EPS is PostScript with %%meta-data the pages. PDF is a
subset/superset of PostScript and is normally rendered purely with
PostScript macros for the PDF operators.

All three are text-based formats, which you can open in a text-editor.

> EAAFD+HelveticaNeueLTStd-MdCnO_99-Identify-H;

The 'EAAFD+' means that the font has been cut-down (subsetted) into
an optimised/incomplete font that only contains the parts and glyphs
necessary for the current document.

> pdftops file.pdf -eps file.eps

I've re-read the manpage and it pdftops (part of
xpdf/poppler) defaults to embedding all fonts that have also been
embedded in the PDF. Are there any options to "Apache FOP" that allow
tweaking of the /PDF/ embedding settings? 'pdftoeps' Manpage:

http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/man1/pdftops.1.html

> I'm sure that in Windows XP I have all the fonts

It could be that Illustrator is wanting to allow you to edit the file
(something that the embedded subsetted font is unsuitable for). In
this case it's asking for HelveticaNeue rather than Helvetica.

Out of interest, what is the EPS for? Most software developed in the
last five years works better with just reading PDF files directly
(Adobe Illustrator and Inkscape included).

-Paul


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Old 07-11-2011, 07:41 AM
Alberto Priore
 
Default pdftops eps font issue

I'm embedding by default all the fonts for the formats that allow it.http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/trunk/fonts.html#embedding



On 8 July 2011 19:40, Ric Moore <wayward4now@gmail.com> wrote:


On Fri, 2011-07-08 at 07:08 -0700, Alberto Priore wrote:

> I'm creating a pdf with Apache FOP in Linux then I need to convert the pdf it

> into an eps.

>

> I'm trying lot of ways, the only one that seems works is the pdftops. But,

> when I convert it into Linux in command line

>

> pdftops file.pdf -eps file.eps

>

> This command creates me the eps but when I try to open it in Adobe

> Illustrator in Windows XP It returns me the error

>

> EAAFD+HelveticaNeueLTStd-MdCnO_99-Identify-H;

> Font not found on the system; missing font has been substituted.

>

> But 1: the fonts han not been substituted 2: the eps do not show words

> inside it is all blank instead of the images

>

> I'm sure that in Windows XP I have all the fonts becouse if I convert the

> pdf to an eps inside the Adobe Illustrator all works fine and Adobe

> Illustrator do not show me the fonts issue.

>

> Can you help me?

> What I'm doing wrong?



Embed the fonts. That will increase the size of the file, but the file

will appear to others as you intend it to. Ric





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Old 07-11-2011, 08:04 AM
Alberto Priore
 
Default pdftops eps font issue

Hi Paul
I've posted all this questions:
*http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6612132/pdftops-eps-font-issue*(1 reply)


*http://forums.adobe.com/thread/874427*(2 replies)
*http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/xmlgraphics-fop-users/201107.mbox/browser*(10 replies)



> EAAFD+HelveticaNeueLTStd-MdCnO_99-Identify-H;

>>The 'EAAFD+' means that the font has been cut-down (subsetted) into
>>an optimised/incomplete font that only contains the parts and glyphs


>>necessary for the current document.
How can I tell to pdftops to do not cut fonts?

> pdftops file.pdf -eps file.eps

>>I've re-read the manpage and it pdftops (part of


>>xpdf/poppler) defaults to embedding all fonts that have also been
>>embedded in the PDF. *Are there any options to "Apache FOP" that allow
>>tweaking of the /PDF/ embedding settings? *'pdftoeps' Manpage:


In FOP the embedding of fonts is default.http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/trunk/fonts.html#embedding

>>Out of interest, what is the EPS for? *Most software developed in the


>>last five years works better with just reading PDF files directly
>>(Adobe Illustrator and Inkscape included).
I need to create it for a client that has his editorial system that allow only to import eps files.



On 10 July 2011 14:32, Paul Sladen <ubuntu@paul.sladen.org> wrote:


On Thu, 7 Jul 2011, Alberto Priore wrote:



Hello Alberto, I don't have a complete answer for you, but possibly

some of the following may give you a lead. *I notice that the same

question appears to have been reported at:



*http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6612132/pdftops-eps-font-issue (1 reply)

*http://forums.adobe.com/thread/874427 (2 replies)

*http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/xmlgraphics-fop-users/201107.mbox/browser (10 replies)



If you find a solution, please could you follow-up to all of the

locations at the end so that everyone knows the issue has been

resolved and sorted by a suggestion from elsewhere.



> PDF with Apache FOP in Linux then I need to convert into an eps.



EPS is PostScript with %%meta-data the pages. *PDF is a

subset/superset of PostScript and is normally rendered purely with

PostScript macros for the PDF operators.



All three are text-based formats, which you can open in a text-editor.



> EAAFD+HelveticaNeueLTStd-MdCnO_99-Identify-H;



The 'EAAFD+' means that the font has been cut-down (subsetted) into

an optimised/incomplete font that only contains the parts and glyphs

necessary for the current document.



> pdftops file.pdf -eps file.eps



I've re-read the manpage and it pdftops (part of

xpdf/poppler) defaults to embedding all fonts that have also been

embedded in the PDF. *Are there any options to "Apache FOP" that allow

tweaking of the /PDF/ embedding settings? *'pdftoeps' Manpage:



*http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/man1/pdftops.1.html



> I'm sure that in Windows XP I have all the fonts



It could be that Illustrator is wanting to allow you to edit the file

(something that the embedded subsetted font is unsuitable for). *In

this case it's asking for HelveticaNeue rather than Helvetica.



Out of interest, what is the EPS for? *Most software developed in the

last five years works better with just reading PDF files directly

(Adobe Illustrator and Inkscape included).



* * * *-Paul





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Old 07-11-2011, 09:10 PM
Paul Sladen
 
Default pdftops eps font issue

On Mon, 11 Jul 2011, Alberto Priore wrote:
> > > The 'EAAFD+' means that the font has been cut-down (subsetted)
> How can I tell to pdftops to do not cut fonts?

The program creating the PDF (Apache FOPS) is the component performing
the font subsetting. It sounds like you have probably found a bug,
which I'd like to try and help get fixed for you.

Lets report it in the bug-tracker, so that we can debug it. Could you
click the following link to create the bug report:

https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/poppler/+filebug?field.title=pdftoeps+failing+on+embedded+ Helvetica+Neue

and attach a sample PDF file that is causing the problem to show
up.

> > pdftops file.pdf -eps file.eps

To clarify, are you using 'pdftops' (from GhostScript) or 'pdftoeps'
(from Poppler/xpdf?). They are completely separate commands and it's
necessary to know which the bug is likely to be in.

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Old 07-11-2011, 09:59 PM
NoOp
 
Default pdftops eps font issue

On 07/11/2011 02:10 PM, Paul Sladen wrote:
> On Mon, 11 Jul 2011, Alberto Priore wrote:
>> > > The 'EAAFD+' means that the font has been cut-down (subsetted)
>> How can I tell to pdftops to do not cut fonts?
>
> The program creating the PDF (Apache FOPS) is the component performing
> the font subsetting. It sounds like you have probably found a bug,
> which I'd like to try and help get fixed for you.
>
> Lets report it in the bug-tracker, so that we can debug it. Could you
> click the following link to create the bug report:
>
> https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/poppler/+filebug?field.title=pdftoeps+failing+on+embedded+ Helvetica+Neue
>
> and attach a sample PDF file that is causing the problem to show
> up.
>
>> > pdftops file.pdf -eps file.eps
>
> To clarify, are you using 'pdftops' (from GhostScript) or 'pdftoeps'
> (from Poppler/xpdf?). They are completely separate commands and it's
> necessary to know which the bug is likely to be in.
...
Perhaps this is the issue:
<http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/trunk/fonts.html#embedding>
<quote>
Various notes related to embedded fonts:

The PostScript renderer does not yet support TrueType fonts, but can
embed Type 1 fonts.
</quote>



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Old 07-11-2011, 11:25 PM
Paul Sladen
 
Default pdftops eps font issue

On Mon, 11 Jul 2011, NoOp wrote:
> On 07/11/2011 02:10 PM, Paul Sladen wrote:
> > On Mon, 11 Jul 2011, Alberto Priore wrote:
> > The program creating the PDF (Apache FOP) is the component performing
> > the font subsetting.
> Perhaps this is the issue:
> <http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/trunk/fonts.html#embedding>
> "The PostScript renderer does not yet support TrueType fonts,"

My understanding here is that Apache FOP is being use to render to
PDF. Subsequently that PDF is being re-rendered to PS/EPS; which is
the point at which trying non-ideal is happening.

I'm not completely clear what is/isn't happening, which is why I've
asked Alberto to file a bug and attach a sample so that we have
somewhere central to debug the issue.

-Paul


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