[NTG-context] Problems installing Gentium TTF

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Mon Jan 23 11:52:53 CET 2006


VnPenguin wrote:

>On 1/22/06, Henning Hraban Ramm <hraban at fiee.net> wrote:
>...
>  
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>>Did you rename all files to lowercase (and without spaces)? ConTeXt
>>sometimes has problems if file names use uppercase letters.
>>    
>>
>
>Under Linux with teTeX 3.0 (with latest ConTeXt), I try many times
>with upper filename (TTF, PFB) and I have never problem with. It works
>correctly on my box, and of course under Unix/Linux in general IMHO.
>
>I don't use TeX under Windows, so I have no idea.
>  
>
windows is less a problem since it handles upper/lowercase transparently; here. i always downcase my font names (1) because unix is sensitive and (2) because vendors are rather inconsistent and deliver mixed upper/lowercase fonts (lt-1234.afm and LT-5678) 

Hans 

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