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Re: Add Fonts when using Display[]

Two options:

1) Use the mathsource package from Paul Hinton to embed fonts:

emmathfnt - A Toolkit for Embedding Mathematica Fonts in EPS Files
P.J. Hinton
emmathfnt (version 1.04) is a toolkit for embedding Type 1 Math fonts in
Mathematica 4-generated EPS files. This is provided to users who need to
share their graphics with users who may not have the Type 1 Math fonts
available. On Windows and Unix systems a simple command line tool permits
the user to automate the embedding process within the kernel. Macintosh
users must run the tool as a standalone application. Source code is included
with the package.

2) (my preference) Convert EPS to PDF using Acrobat Distiller. Distiller can
be configured to embed the type 1 postscript Mathematica fonts. Distiller
can also be used to create postscript documents with embedded fonts. I've
had good success with this method, and Distiller is < $100 for academics. It
works well as a printer driver with Mathematica or as a stand-alone product.

A. S.
Atul Sharma MD, FRCP(C)
Pediatric Nephrologist,
McGill University/Montreal Children's Hospital

email: mdsa at

Hans Friedrich Steffani wrote in message <8d3rai$ogc at>...
>I am producing figures with Display[..,..,"PDF"]. After this,
>acroread tells me
>Unable to find or create the font 'Math1Mono'. Some characters may
>not display or print correctly.
>what must I do.
>Producing eps-Files with "EPS" produces similar problems. How can I
>force mathematica to add the needed fonts to the eps-file.
>Hans Friedrich Steffani
>Hans Friedrich Steffani
>Institut fuer Elektrische Maschinen und Antriebe, TU Chemnitz
>mailto:hans.steffani at

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