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Subject:Re: MS Windows Typography From:Michael Fraase <mfraase -at- FARCES -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 8 Apr 1998 10:51:11 -0500
On 4/8/98 12:26 AM Michael Lewis <lewism -at- BRANDLE -dot- COM -dot- AU> wrote:
>As far as I can figure, it depends on how you manage your font files. I
>use Adobe Type Manager, and have absolutely no problem with 4 weight /
>style combinations (such as regular, bold, italic, bolditalic). ATM can
My question was quite specific: Can any MS Windows OS support more than
two *weights* of a PostScript Type-1 typeface. Regular, bold, italic,
bolditalic are *not* more then two *weights* of a given typeface (it's
exactly two weights: regular and bold).