2018-04-20 1:33 GMT+02:00 Tim-L <email@example.com>:
How to make specific fonts embedded into the .odt file that has been
exported to a PDF file.
This point is not clear. Do you want to embed fonts in a PDF (easy-ish,
see later) or in a ODT that is itself embedded in the PDF (as far as I
know, not feasible right now)?
So, how do you make sure Export to PDF will embed the needed fonts for all
your specific fonts needs? I do not want to uninstall the fonts buried and
protected in some system folder, or use some package like Synaptic Package
Manager. I cannot go to my systems and play a game with my installed fonts
every time I need to use a new one.
This may be a simple answer, like it is no issue at all anymore, but I
need to make sure.
From recent discussions on either this list or the french one, subsets of
required fonts should be automatically embedded into a PDF export EXCEPT if
the font file explicitely sets a flag to not be embeded. It is something
font specific and made to accomodate licensing issues. That's why there are
no option to actually embed fonts. Some viewers (okular comes to mind)
allows you to easily know what is embedded in the PDF and what isn't.
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