[xep-support] PostScript output garbage?

Jeff Beal jeff.beal at ansys.com
Fri Feb 28 10:04:41 PST 2003


The only thing that comes to mind is your Font configuration.  Are you
perchance trying to use TrueType fonts?  They're not supported in PostScript
output.

-----Original Message-----
From: Kevin Yank [mailto:kevin at sitepoint.com]
Sent: Friday, February 28, 2003 10:33 AM
To: xep-support at renderx.com
Subject: [xep-support] PostScript output garbage?


PDF output is working great for us in XEP 3.2. Currently, however, we have
need of direct output to PostScript. Unfortunately, when I choose the
PostScript output producer, the PostScript document produced seems to have
the text severely corrupt.

To view the PostScript, I used Acrobat Distiller to convert it to PDF. The
resulting document contains all the graphical elements where they belong,
but all the text has been corrupted. Examining text attributes and fonts
reveals that everything is where it should be, it's just that the text of
the document has been replaced with repeating series of nonsensical
characters with odd spacing attributes.

Is there something obvious that would lead to this behaviour?

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