pdf – Does it affect print quality if a font in a .psd file is “missing” when received from a designer but you are NOT editing the text layer?

The designer did not supply the font and it is not available to me. I’m aware that if I edit a text layer in Photoshop with a missing font, I risk making the text blurry. However, if I’m NOT editing it, I believe Photoshop preserves the original font, so it should be ok (and will save considerable time looking for fonts on future projects).

I’m placing the .psd into an InDesign file (with other text/elements) and then exporting a printer-ready PDF. InDesign and the printer’s preflight show no errors (they can’t see that fonts are missing in the linked .psd file), but I’m wondering if the type will print any less crisply. I suspect that it won’t appear any differently than fonts that ARE present/linked in the .psd file.

I am not flattening layers (in Photoshop or in exporting the PDF from InDesign, except for transparencies) or rasterizing text or converting text to shapes (in Photoshop). My guess is that if these steps are required for the sharpest printing quality, it would be required for ALL text, not just for the missing font. And perhaps that step isn’t necessary/noticeable to the naked eye on printing.

windows forms – Font y tamaño de letra en C#

**Buenas, tengo una pregunta, ¿Cómo puedo ver el tamaño de la fuente en el diseño del formulario? Actualmente, uso esto para aumentar el tamaño:

        using (Font font = new Font("Arial", 15.0f))
            label1.Font = font;
            label2.Font = font;

Pero, esto solo funciona en tiempo de ejecución:

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En el diseño no:

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¿Alguno sabe como puedo hacer que se vea en diseño?

Font risk in unopened email in inbox

This is obviously a not from PayPal, but the font in the word account displayed using odd looking font, is this a security risk to my that Outlook.com displayed this font? See below, Outlook has preview text enabled as default

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sharepoint online – How to change the font size of the list column titles

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What’s the most comprehensive place to search for the availability of a font as a webfont?

What’s the most comprehensive place to search for the availability of a font as a webfont? For example, suppose I know there’s a font called ‘Font A’, how can I determine whether it’s available for purchase (or for free) as a webfont?

developer program – Can I use Apple’s San Francisco font (and other fonts) in my own text editor?


As you mention, you can do it technically, but the license I reviewed appears to not grant anyone a license to use this work in personal projects. Some good people agree with me as well. As a developer, you will want to get good legal advice on licensing – what we think on this internet site isn’t likely to be prudent legal advice. Even if I was a lawyer, I’m certainly not your lawyer.

Read your legal agreement carefully. If you wish to license the typeface, you could ask Apple for (or your business manager to acquire) that license or how much they would charge for such a personal use license.

gui design – What is the name of the user interface and font in this picture?

This simple, terminal-like user interface was once popular in operating system installers. I recall it being used in the Windows 9X and Windows XP installers, but I recently noticed that the Debian minimal installer also uses it, which seems to indicate that it’s not proprietary to Windows. It’s also used in many BIOS.

What is the name of this user interface (and the font)? This screenshot is from the Debian minimal installer.

User interface

algorithms – Issue triangulating a font glyph for a specific scenario

I am trying to triangulate TTF glyphs for drawing in opengl. The below image shows an example glyph (Taken fron FontForge application). The X represent control points of a bezier spline, circular and square points represent points on the glyph but they can also be the start / end points of the bezier splines.

I have a triangulation process that can take all these points and render them in opengl, I’d like to render the bezier curves in a shader, I have something that does this and it works. They way I split things up is to take the control points, the start points and end points of the bezier spline and pass those to the bezier shader. For the curves that curve out side the shape I need to remove the control points from the triangulation routine (because I don’t want to fill in these triangles completely, I leave that to the bezier shader). For the control points that curve in to the shape I keep them for the opposite reason to above.

TTF Glyph Original

For the example above I have shown some additional red lines showing what the new outline would look like with the outer control points removed. That can be seen below.

This shows an example of the issue I am having, I can no longer triangulate this because the red lines at the bottom cross outside the shape and then back in again.

Is there a better algorithm I can use to do this to avoid situations like this?

TTF Glyph Post Curve Triangle Removal

theming – Override Google Font inclusion in child-teme

i’m using Drupal 8.9.6 and create mytheme as child-theme of Hawell.

In hawell.libraries.yml i have

    version: VERSION
            css/bootstrap.min.css: {}
            //fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Lato:300,400,700%7COpen+Sans:400,300,700: { type: external }

in mytheme.libraries.yml

      //fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Lato:300,400,700%7COpen+Sans:400,300,700&display=swap: { type: external, minified: true

In mytheme.info.yml

  - mytheme/global

As result have two different inclusion of Google Font, it’s possible override in child-theme the previous import of Google Font without edit the hawell template?