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Quote from: Gecko on August 21, 2013, 08:39:42 AMHi,First of all: Hello to everybody on this forum!I have looked for an answer to my problem but cannot find anything suitable.I've been "messing around" with Scribus for a while now but only start getting into it over the last month or two; so apologies if my question has been answered before.I'm trying to create a PDF document (one page) that is printer friendly, i.e. with CMYK colours and outlined fonts.I got the CMYK colours thing working but I'm having issues with outlined fonts.It seems that no matter how I tried, I cannot generate a PDF with outlined font in it (every time there is something embedded)Even if I select «outline all fonts» when creating PDF, I still end-up with Type 3 fonts embedded in my PDF.I tried to tick/untick every boxes under Document Setup -> Fonts (Embed in PS, subset, etc...) but no luck: I'm stuck with Type3 fonts in my PDF...This is driving me nuts!So: How do I prevent Scribus from embedding fonts in PDFs???
Quote from: leaf on August 21, 2013, 10:29:10 AMIf You prepare file for print - print house, You need embed fonts, or need text in curves. For what fonts without embed status?If You need text in curves will do inside Scribus (click text inside Scribus and convert to curves), not when export to pdf.
Quote from: GarryP on August 21, 2013, 02:54:03 PMYou might find this discussion interesting: http://forums.scribus.net/index.php/topic,815.0.htmlBasically you need to make sure that you have no styles (or sub-styles) that are set to fonts you're not actually using and also that the default text frame font (in Document Setup / Tools) is one that you are using.Once you've done that you should be able to outline all of your fonts and have none embedded. Fingers crossed!
Quote from: Gecko on August 22, 2013, 02:03:55 AMAlso, how can I select all the text areas in the document and convert them to outlines in one (or a couple of) click(s)?Or do I have to do one text area after next? (which doesn't seem efficient...)