It is hard to know if the problem is with your font or with the program you are using to create pdfs. The typography forum can help you with issues related to font construction. It sounds as if there is a problem with I forget the proper terminology, but the font box. There may be problems with how your kerning is set.
Thank You for Your answer. I think this is not a font construction related question. The ps file is correct on the printer and the pdf file is correct with xpdf. I already tried to get contacted to ps2pdf project, but they did not see any problem in the generated pdf file.
The most possible I made a mistake in the ps file or there is some problem in AdobeReader. But I'm not able to detect which is the real problem. :-(
I tried to define Xgrave instead of Xhungarumlaut. It works nicely.I tried Times-Roman and Helvetica, but both do the same with hungarumlaut. :-(
So there should be some problem with the Adobe reader look for fonts. In the pdf file it can be seen
/PathLoad => (/stringtype) /usr/share/ghostscript/fonts/n019003l.pfb
Maybe xpdf can find this path, AdobeReader can not.
Any other clue?
Oh, my Godness!
I tried "[/Arial /Arial-Bold /Arial-Italic /Arial-BoldItalic]" and it works! Definitely Adobe Reader can not detect the correct shape of the basic fonts on Windows! Times-Roman and Helvetica is supported by almost all PostScript printers and xpdf, but not AdobeReader... :-(((