Quoting Mirosław Zalewski (email@example.com): > Hi > > I want to use Tex-Gyre font in LibreOffice. Everything is working good until > I export file to PDF. It totally messes characters with diacritics, making files > unreadable. > > BUT it happens only if I use Debian package (tex-gyre). If I download fonts > from upstream website and put them in ~/.fonts/ OR take font files from Debian > packages and put them into /usr/share/fonts/opentype/, then exported PDF is > rendering just fine. > > I have prepared tar.bz2 archive that contains both PDFs . File named > "debian-package.pdf" was rendered using Debian package. File named "userdir" > was rendered when font files were in ~/.fonts/ directory. > >  http://minio.komunikatory.pl/pliki/gyre-fonts-problem.tar.bz2 (132 KiB) > > I see two differences in mentioned PDFs: > 1. In debian-package, font is "Fully embedded", while in userdir it is > "Embedded (subset)". > 2. Using Okular, I can extract fonts from PDF. If I "file" them, it will show: > - "PostScript Type 1 font text (TeXGyreSchola-Regular 2.005)" for font from > debian-package > - "PostScript Type 1 font program data" for font from userdir > > Also, I checked PDFs on various PDF readers, using at least three different > rendering engines. All displayed the same, so this is not bug in PDF reading > software. > > Can anyone help me debugging this issue? I would like to send bug report, but > I don't know who I should bother with it: Debian maintainers or LibreOffice > guys? > > As for my user-case, I prefer to use packaged software, but this issue is > total blocker for me. Can I somehow tune Debian to produce readable PDFs with > font from package? How? > > Thanks in advance. > -- > Best regards > Mirosław Zalewski Hello Mirosław, Thanks for your mail....and for your confidence in the work done by packagers, even if it currently is hitting you.... TeX fonts are maintained by the Debian TeX team (CC'ed). You may have better chances mailing them about this issue. But, indeed, that issue might as well be related to the overall font management system. Anyone having hints, here?
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