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    Post File Fonts!

    Why a font has these four presentations?



    1. It seems right
    2. It is exasperating (rare characters display)
    3. No can open (even though appear to be a font)
    4. No can open (Do not even know if it's a font file)

    I've looked at a lot of these different files, and I decided to ask exactly what they mean, 'I guess it's something like TTF or OTF format, but if someone could give me a more complete information would be excellent. Thanks for reading!
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    Something refers to code support. This discussion will explain you a bit for 1 and 2
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    3: few info, can not explain
    4: pfb is a font file, you still can use it (Type 1 font)

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