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Subject:Re: Envoy vs Acrobat From:Chris Hulin <chrish -at- CTL -dot- COM -dot- CY> Date:Wed, 8 May 1996 10:52:34 +0300
At 07:55 PM 6/13/96 -0500, Sally Yeo wrote:
>You will probably get lots of discussion on this! For starters, Acrobat
>is built on Postscript technology and does best with those fonts. It has
>trouble with many TrueType fonts. The reverse is (or was last time I
>looked) true for Envoy.
I was just about to dive into Acrobatting all my manuals for a no-effort
quick & dirty screen version... Could you give more detail on what you mean
by "trouble" with TT fonts?
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