[NTG-context] LMTX generates PDFs with non-working fonts on real printers
leah at vuxu.org
Tue Oct 4 12:53:12 CEST 2022
Hans Hagen via ntg-context <ntg-context at ntg.nl> writes:
> On 10/4/2022 4:16 AM, Angel M Alganza via ntg-context wrote:
>> On Mon, Oct 03, 2022 at 07:17:10PM +0200, Leah Neukirchen via
>> ntg-context wrote:
>>> When I print this "directly" (i.e. sending the raw PDF to the printer)
>>> on a Ricoh MP3053 or on a Samsung CLP-680DW, I just get an empty page.
>> I believe that is the exact same problem I have and that I described
>> few days ago in my email with subject "Missing letters and numbers in
>> printout". I have some grids on my document, which gets printed out,
>> but nothing else does.
Another data point: Brother B205 doesn't print it either.
But would all of these use the same licensed PDF renderer...
>>> The PDFs render fine on every PDF reader I could find.
>> Same here.
>>> PDFs generated directly from Context MKIV from TeXLive 2022 using
>>> LuaTeX 1.5 render fine on these printers.
>>> I've also printed PDFs from pdfTeX in the past fine.
>> Same here.
>>> Any ideas what I should try to help debug this?
>> I was told that this is the default now, that isn't going to change,
>> that I could always use LuaTeX instead. I could also use LaTeX, I
>> guess, but I'd rather keep using ConTeXt at least while my old 32 bits
>> OpenBSD installation works.
> what happens if you include the lmtx pdf in a mkiv document as image
On above Brother B205, this document:
only prints the page number of the outer document, which is kept in a
NREXLC+LMRoman12-Regular CID Type 0C Identity-H yes yes yes 5 0
CLLXEY+LMRoman12-Regular CID Type 0C Identity-H yes yes yes 8 0
I tried converting the pdf with pdfjam (which uses pdfTeX internally)
before, which probably uses similar mechanisms, and it didn't work
Leah Neukirchen <leah at vuxu.org> https://leahneukirchen.org/
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