From: Hans Aberg (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Nov 12 2006 - 16:00:46 CST
On 12 Nov 2006, at 22:06, James Kass wrote:
>> Anyhow I had a lot of missing lines on my Safari (Macintosh) and the
>> OS refused to install Code 2000 but I installed Titus successfully
>> and many of missing lines are now properly rendered.
> Several Mac users have kindly reported problems with trying to install
> Code2000 on Macs. Apparently if "font book" is used, error messages
> are generated and the font won't install. But, copying "the font
> in library-->font, it is ok".
I am not sure why you marked it "off-topic", because Code2001,
another of your fonts, is the only font I have found for some of the
Unicode math characters, and a font is necessary in order to make
Unicode usable. There is still missing a font for a number of math
characters. Wish the TeX/LaTeX/AMS fonts would be available for Unicode.
> The graphic the users send state that "Serious problems were
> found. Do not
> use this font". And, the "serious problems" are "PostScript
> Compatibility Table"
> and "Missing OpenType Data".
I just ignored these warnings, and then it seems to work.
> I'd sure appreciate some specifics on this. Without specifics, how
> can I fix
> these so-called serious problems?
You might try signing up as a free Apple developer <http://
developer.apple.com/membership/>, and make a bug report at <https://
bugreport.apple.com/> (there is a link there). Make sure to describe
it as a Mac OS X.4 bug, so they don't try to charge you. :-)
> Microsoft Font Validator shows no problems with Code2000's post script
> table and no problems with the OpenType tables.
> I'm annoyed.
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