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Cannot view Type 1 postcript fonts

Cannot view Type 1 postcript fonts

Cannot view Type 1 postcript fonts

I was recently given a few Type 1 fonts to be used in a page layout job but the fonts preview jagged on screen. I have both the screen and the print files.

I was told that using ATM which comes with the mac OS will cure this but I can't get it to become active. I select it in the extensions manager, restart and it remains disabled. I opened its control panel, turned it on, restart and after reboot it still remains disabled. Why is this happening?? How can I enable it?


RE: Cannot view Type 1 postcript fonts

What version of the Mac OS are you using?

RE: Cannot view Type 1 postcript fonts

OS 9.1 on a G4 450 Mac with 1.5 Gig of RAM


RE: Cannot view Type 1 postcript fonts

You might need to download ATM light!!! It sit's in the control panels folder.

If you can't fix it in 20 call someone who can.

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