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On 12/08/18 08:28, Luuk wrote:
On 11-8-2018 22:00, Spleen wrote:
Dear all,

I'm new here and don't really know if this is the correct way of looking
for help.

I'm having troubles with exporting pdf from a .doc file. It only happens
with Gudea font and only with the letter 'à': this is simple not visible
in the pdf.

Do you know a way to fix this? I use LibreOffice on Linux Mint 17.3
64bit. Tried to reinstall the font but the problem remains.

Thanks a lot,


I found the gudea font here:

When i create a document with the next letters:






And export it to PDF, i do see something like the above,
but the 'o' and 'a' line (second and thirg line) is empty.

Must have to do something with the font?
I'm on Windows 10 with LO

éèë óòö áàä íìï úùü

You do not see the letters, but if you copy the blank part where the letters would be and paste into a document, the letters are selected. I also get this warning when opening the font in FontForge (and a lot more lines).

The letters are produced in the PDF OK with Arial.

Itilde's SEAC-like endchar operator is depreciated for Type2
Jcircumflex's SEAC-like endchar operator is depreciated for Type2
nacute's SEAC-like endchar operator is depreciated for Type2
kcedilla's SEAC-like endchar operator is depreciated for Type2
rcommaaccent's SEAC-like endchar operator is depreciated for Type2


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