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Adobe Type Manager

ATM4.0 with Win2K/WinXP by BionicJohn
Posted: 26 Jan 03

NOTE:

ATM 4.0 for Win9x is NOT compatibile with Windows 2000 or Windows XP.

Do not install ATM 4.0 for Win9x on these operating systems.

The only version of ATM tested and supported under 2000/XP is ATM 4.1.


ATM Light users should download the ATM Light updater from:
http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/detail.jsp?ftpID=1552
 
This updater repairs your system's registry to correct the following problems with Adobe« Type Manager« Light:
 
ò Uninstalling ATM« Light 4.0 causes your system to no longer allow Type 1 fonts to be installed.

ò Uninstalling ATM Light 4.0, 4.1, or 4.1.1 leaves PFM files unassociated with the system's font sample page.
ò ATM Light 4.0's "ATMhelpr.sys" system service is no longer required and is not compatible with Microsoft« Windows« XP.  

ATM Deluxe users should download the ATM Deluxe updater from:
http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/detail.jsp?ftpID=1553
 
This updater repairs your system's registry to correct the following problems with Adobe« Type Manager« Deluxe:

ò Uninstalling ATM« Deluxe 4.0 causes your system to no longer allow Type 1 fonts to be installed.

ò Uninstalling ATM Deluxe 4.0, 4.1, or 4.11 leaves PFM files unassociated with the system's font sample page.

ò ATM Deluxe 4.0's "ATMhelpr.sys" system service is no longer required and is not compatible with Microsoft« Windows« XP.
 




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