[Pythonmac-SIG] Converting Type 1 fonts for use with Mac OS X Version 10.4.6

Ronald Oussoren ronaldoussoren at mac.com
Wed Jun 21 15:48:15 CEST 2006

On 21-jun-2006, at 3:14, Daniel McManus wrote:

>>>> I have a large font library of PostScript Type 1 fonts that I
>>>> would like to convert so that I can utilize them on my new Mac.
>>>> The operating system on the new computer is Mac OS X Version  
>>>> 10.4.6.
>>>> I have purposely had a SCSI card installed on the new Mac so that
>>>> the hard drive that stores the fonts can be connected.
>>>> The connection works and I can read all the fonts stored on my
>>>> old external hard drive on my new Mac.
>>>> Please let me know if it is possible to convert these fonts so
>>>> that I can use them on my new Mac. And, lf I can, kindly tell me
>>>> what software I will need, if any, and any other info so I can
>>>> get started.
>>>> Thank you for your attention. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

OSX has native support for type1 fonts, you should be able to install  
them like any other font.

BTW. This topic is seriously off-topic for this list.


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