Can you try to convert the EPS in the Distiller to a PDF file, but make sure that
- you have not used any false style on the first place in the file,
- that all used fonts and styles are installed on the computer,
- that the file and the licence is allowing you to embed the font into a PDF and
- that you make a Distiller Joboption which will embed completely all used fonts, or at least all used glyphs.
1. Thanks for the reply. Once we create a PDF and imported into InDesign works fine. But whenever we need corrections on those equations, we need to create a PDF again from the eps file.
2. If it is MathType eps file, we can edit directly from InDesign and make corrections without much effort and it gets updated automatically on InDesign.
It would help me better if you can provide an idea to import MathType eps file into InDesign.
Seems to me I've seen some discussions here that say you have a choice of fonts in MathType, and that may make a difference. Also, you should contact mathtype directly (if they don't pop up here shortly), they've been very responsive to issues like this.
I dont think this is MathType issue since rest of fonts are working perfectly by using to create a eps file from MathType and imported the same well in InDesign without any issue. The issue is having only with the above said font. MathType has recognized that font. But when we import the same eps file in InDesign, it turns up with grey box.
ID is pickier about fonts than probably any other application on the planet, and seems to get more so with each version.
It could be related to MathType's [current] incomplete support for Unicode fonts. We're working on that, but for the moment, please take a look at our instructions for using MathType with InDesign: http://www.dessci.com/en/support/MathType/works_with.asp#!target=indesign. If that doesn't help, please contact our support staff.