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Using the technical lettering font "osifont"

DomenicLaritz
16-Pearl

Using the technical lettering font "osifont"

Hello all,

 

I would be interested to know if any of you use osifont, a free font based on technical lettering (ISO 3098):
https://github.com/hikikomori82/osifont

 

If so, what are your experiences with it?
Are all the characters you need (e.g. special characters, diacritics, umlauts) supported cleanly?
Do PDF exports from Creo Parametric provide a clean result?

 

Regards,

Domenic

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A previous insight from using osifont font is the following:
To ensure that all characters are displayed correctly when exporting drawings to PDF, it is important to set the config.pro setting intf2d_out_pdf_unicode to yes.

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A previous insight from using osifont font is the following:
To ensure that all characters are displayed correctly when exporting drawings to PDF, it is important to set the config.pro setting intf2d_out_pdf_unicode to yes.

Hello @DomenicLaritz 

 

Thanks to have provided the answer to your question in this post. Just for info and future reference if needed, this issue (missing characters upon PDF export attempt) and requirement to get rid from this (the config option + presence of this osifont True Type Font file in text directory of Creo Parametric installation - or wherever pro_font_dir points to) is officially documented in article 358843.

 

Regards,

 

Serge

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