Nicola Posted April 23, 2010 Share Posted April 23, 2010 Hi, I have a business card that I need to create a variable template. The client's corporate design identity indicates that all of their designs MUST utilize the client supplied font family LucidaBright.ttf. So I cannot substitute the font. I'm working on a MAC OSX Version 10.4.11 - FusionPro Designer 6.0P1f. My original design file was created in InDesign CS4 along with several other products. I have loaded the font as a system font to eliminate any issues from loading it with Suitcase. I'm able to utilize all of the styles within this font family (Regular, DemiBold, Bold, Italic, DemiItalic, etc...) without any problems in InDesign, Quark, and Illustrator and can export from these applications straight to pdf I can embedded the fonts without any issues. I have done the usual - Acrobat\FusionPro\Advanced\load fonts\ load all\close Acrobat\reboot\reopen. Several times. When I open my template and try to apply the fonts as needed in the Variable Text Editor I can see and apply the Lucida Bright - regular style. It will allow me to preview, compose and collect. However, the other styles of that font family which I desperately need to use do NOT appear in the Variable Text Editor font drop down so that I cannot apply them. When I go into the FusionPro\Fonts folder I can see all of the styles of the font family. Each style of the font is listed in the folder with 3 different extensions - .bfk .pfa and .ttf I have also tried all of the above on a PC and got the exact same results. How do I get the complete font family to appear in the Variable Text Editor font drop down so that I can use them? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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