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As far as I can tell, the when the PostScript printer driver generates a PostScript print stream, it converts the CFF table of an OpenType PS into a Type 1 font. I don't think even PostScript 3 supports CFF directly, so I guess you should do the same what the PostScript printer driver does: extract the CFF table and convert it to Type 1. The free Adobe FDK for OpenType (AFDKO) toolkit can do this.
Well, I'll try that one, thanks for the tip!!
I tried to use the AFDKO's CFFChecker program, but i get the following error each time I want to run it:
"File "F:\Tools\AFDK\FDK1.6-Win4\Tools\Programs\tx\exe\CFFChecker.py", line 46, in ?
from txlib import *
ImportError: DLL load failed: The specified module can not be found."
What does the error mean? I followed the installation instructions, I repeated the installation process but it did not work. What else can I do?...
Thanks in advance...
In the current version of the FDK for Windows., the CFFChecker is broken - a required code resource is missing. A new version of the FDK will be out within the next two or three weeks, with this fixed. If this is urgent, I can e-mail you a copy of the ;"tx.exe. program, a stand-alone command-line program for which the CFFChecker is a UI wrapper. Send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.