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New Here ,
Aug 09, 2021 Aug 09, 2021

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Bonjour à tous,

Nous venons de rencontrer un problème sur un ouvrage de latin, pour lequel nous avons utilisée une police, la Monaco.dfont, un police Police TrueType® Datafork , pour retranscrire de la phonétique. Mais celle-ci ne s'affiche pas sur indesign et bouge aléatoirement lors de l'export PDF.

- Affichage_indd.png montre ce qui s'affiche sur indesign

- Probleme_police montre l'export qui ne convient pas

- Police_ok montre ce qui aurait du paraître

Sauriez-vous d'où cela peut venir ?

Merci

François

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Adobe Community Professional , Aug 09, 2021 Aug 09, 2021
If you are on Mac, you might consider replacing Monaco with Menlo, which is the more current monospaced system font.

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C'est étrange, j'ai testé un fichier utilisant Monaco et je n'ai aucun problème, que ce soit dans InDesign ou sur le PDF. Avec quelle version de système et quelle version d'InDesign travailles-tu ? Ceci dit, je déconseille tout de même l'utilisation de polices dfont : elles seront inutilisables si le fichier doit être ouvert sur Windows.

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If you are on Mac, you might consider replacing Monaco with Menlo, which is the more current monospaced system font.

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Aug 10, 2021 Aug 10, 2021

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Hi roaringmouse,

I will try, any idea why it doesn't work ?

Thanks

François

 

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C'est étrange, j'ai testé un fichier utilisant Monaco et je n'ai aucun problème, que ce soit dans InDesign ou sur le PDF. Avec quelle version de système et quelle version d'InDesign travailles-tu ?

Ceci dit, je déconseille tout de même l'utilisation de polices dfont : elles seront inutilisables si le fichier doit être ouvert sur Windows.

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New Here ,
Aug 11, 2021 Aug 11, 2021

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Bonjour jmlevy,

Merci de votre réponse, je travaille avec Indesign 2021 sous Big Sur (pas la toute dernière version, l'avant dernière)

Entendu pour les dfont, je transmets

Merci

François

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Pour être plus clair, ce que j'ai écrit s'applique à TOUTES les polices système, pas seulement les dfont.

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New Here ,
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Malheureusement ce n'est pas plus clair, qu'est ce qui s'applique à toutes les polices ?

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Les polices système d'un Mac ne sont pas reconnues par un système Windows. Si on veut ouvrir des fichiers InDesign sur Mac et sur Windows, il faut utiliser exclusivement des polices au format OTF (Open Type).

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Je comprends mieux ! C'est ce que nous essayons de faire, mais parfois l'otf n'est pas dispo !

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I do not have any isses using Monaco also.

It might be a corrupted font, or you may need to clear your system's font caches.

If you use Font Book, you might also try to refresh the system fonts. In Font Book, go to File > Restore System Fonts.

To clear caches, if you are using a font manager, there is usually a menu item to do this.

For Font Book, look up "Mac OS clear font cache" and you can find instructions.

 

 

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Dear roaringmouse,

I'll do as told, thanks for the tip !

Cheers

François

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