Norbert Preining <email@example.com> wrote:
> Ok, this he also can do with the document as soon as commercial fonts
> are embedded. Otherwise it would be illegal for the author to use the
> commercial font in this way. If you buy a font you have to accept that
> you include the fonts only as subsetted etc etc (you know). So this can
> happen always, and is in fact allowed. That is the reason why authors
> are not allowed to include the full font into the pdf document from the
> contract they have with the font company.
Are you sure that it is allowed? I'd assumed that it isn't, and the
additional subsetting requirement is just to make it harder to do it
nevertheless, and use the result.
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