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1. Why Is There Fonts Name Ends With "***-83pv-RKSJ-H", "***-GBpc-EUC-V" and etc.?

A. Reason

a. If the name table of "name6"(PostScript name) or "name20" (PostScript CID name) is not defined, then Adobe software will occurred different with CMap and Font CMap Table, so it will add this kind of suffix. So it will remind users as fonts name ends with "***-83pv-RKSJ-H" and "***-GBpc-EUC-V".

b. Name table of some fonts of "name6" (PostScript name) or "name20"(PostScript CID) has been defined as the name ends with "***-83pv-RKSJ-H" and "***-GBpc-EUC-V". If the user has not installed the font, it will remind it.

Tip:For Adobe software, it shows "Font Family + Style" in the font list but it says PostScript name in the reminder.

B. Suffix

"***" part represent the name of the font, take suffix "***-83pv-RKSJ-H" for example:

The PostScript CID name of A-OTF 新ゴ Pro R (English name: A-OTF Shin Go Pro R) is "ShinGoPro-Regular-83pv-RKSJ-H", in which, the "ShinGoPro-Regular" is from "name4"(Font Full Name).

"83pv" represents "JIS X 0208-1983 (JIS C 6226-1983)" and "proportional [plus] verticals".

"RKSJ" represents "[single-byte] Roman, [half-width] Katakana, and Shift-JIS".

a. Adobe-Japan1-6 coding common suffix

***-78-EUC-H

***-78-EUC-V

***-78-H

***-78ms-RKSJ-H

***-78ms-RKSJ-V

***-78-RKSJ-H

***-78-RKSJ-V

***-78-V

***-83pv-RKSJ-H

***-90msp-RKSJ-H

***-90msp-RKSJ-V

***-90ms-RKSJ-H

***-90ms-RKSJ-V

***-90pv-RKSJ-H

***-90pv-RKSJ-V

***-Add-H

***-Add-RKSJ-H

***-Add-RKSJ-V

***-Add-V

***-Adobe-Japan1-0

***-Adobe-Japan1-1

***-Adobe-Japan1-2

***-Adobe-Japan1-3

***-Adobe-Japan1-4

***-Adobe-Japan1-5

***-Adobe-Japan1-6

***-EUC-H

***-EUC-V

***-Ext-H

***-Ext-RKSJ-H

***-Ext-RKSJ-V

***-Ext-V

***-H

***-Hankaku

***-Hiragana

***-Katakana

***-NWP-H

***-NWP-V

***-RKSJ-H

***-RKSJ-V

***-Roman

***-UniJIS2004-UTF16-H

***-UniJIS2004-UTF16-V

***-UniJIS2004-UTF32-H

***-UniJIS2004-UTF32-V

***-UniJIS2004-UTF8-H

***-UniJIS2004-UTF8-V

***-UniJISPro-UCS2-HW-V

***-UniJISPro-UCS2-V

***-UniJISPro-UTF8-V

***-UniJIS-UCS2-H

***-UniJIS-UCS2-HW-H

***-UniJIS-UCS2-HW-V

***-UniJIS-UCS2-V

***-UniJIS-UTF16-H

***-UniJIS-UTF16-V

***-UniJIS-UTF32-H

***-UniJIS-UTF32-V

***-UniJIS-UTF8-H

***-UniJIS-UTF8-V

***-UniJISX0213-UTF32-H

***-UniJISX0213-UTF32-V

***-UniJISX02132004-UTF32-H

***-UniJISX02132004-UTF32-V

***-V

***-WP-Symbol

b.Adobe-GB1-5 coding common suffix

***-Adobe-GB1-0

***-Adobe-GB1-1

***-Adobe-GB1-2

***-Adobe-GB1-3

***-Adobe-GB1-4

***-Adobe-GB1-5

***-GB-EUC-H

***-GB-EUC-V

***-GB-H

***-GBK2K-H

***-GBK2K-V

***-GBK-EUC-H

***-GBK-EUC-V

***-GBKp-EUC-H

***-GBKp-EUC-V

***-GBpc-EUC-H

***-GBpc-EUC-V

***-GBT-EUC-H

***-GBT-EUC-V

***-GBT-H

***-GBTpc-EUC-H

***-GBTpc-EUC-V

***-GBT-V

***-GB-V

***-UniGB-UCS2-H

***-UniGB-UCS2-V

***-UniGB-UTF16-H

***-UniGB-UTF16-V

***-UniGB-UTF32-H

***-UniGB-UTF32-V

***-UniGB-UTF8-H

***-UniGB-UTF8-V

c.Adobe-CNS1-6 coding common suffix

***-Adobe-CNS1-0

***-Adobe-CNS1-1

***-Adobe-CNS1-2

***-Adobe-CNS1-3

***-Adobe-CNS1-4

***-Adobe-CNS1-5

***-Adobe-CNS1-6

***-B5-H

***-B5pc-H

***-B5pc-V

***-B5-V

***-CNS1-H

***-CNS1-V

***-CNS2-H

***-CNS2-V

***-CNS-EUC-H

***-CNS-EUC-V

***-ETen-B5-H

***-ETen-B5-V

***-ETenms-B5-H

***-ETenms-B5-V

***-ETHK-B5-H

***-ETHK-B5-V

***-HKdla-B5-H

***-HKdla-B5-V

***-HKdlb-B5-H

***-HKdlb-B5-V

***-HKgccs-B5-H

***-HKgccs-B5-V

***-HKm314-B5-H

***-HKm314-B5-V

***-HKm471-B5-H

***-HKm471-B5-V

***-HKscs-B5-H

***-HKscs-B5-V

***-UniCNS-UCS2-H

***-UniCNS-UCS2-V

***-UniCNS-UTF16-H

***-UniCNS-UTF16-V

***-UniCNS-UTF32-H

***-UniCNS-UTF32-V

***-UniCNS-UTF8-H

***-UniCNS-UTF8-V

d.Adobe-Korea1-2 coding common suffix

***-Adobe-Korea1-0

***-Adobe-Korea1-1

***-Adobe-Korea1-2

***-KSC-EUC-H

***-KSC-EUC-V

***-KSC-H

***-KSC-Johab-H

***-KSC-Johab-V

***-KSCms-UHC-H

***-KSCms-UHC-HW-H

***-KSCms-UHC-HW-V

***-KSCms-UHC-V

***-KSCpc-EUC-H

***-KSCpc-EUC-V

***-KSC-V

***-UniKS-UCS2-H

***-UniKS-UCS2-V

***-UniKS-UTF16-H

***-UniKS-UTF16-V

***-UniKS-UTF32-H

***-UniKS-UTF32-V

***-UniKS-UTF8-H

***-UniKS-UTF8-V

e.Adobe-Japan2-0 coding common suffix

***-Adobe-Japan2-0

***-Hojo-EUC-H

***-Hojo-EUC-V

***-Hojo-H

***-Hojo-V

***-UniHojo-UCS2-H

***-UniHojo-UCS2-V

***-UniHojo-UTF16-H

***-UniHojo-UTF16-V

***-UniHojo-UTF32-H

***-UniHojo-UTF32-V

***-UniHojo-UTF8-H

***-UniHojo-UTF8-V

f.Adobe-Identity-0 coding common suffix

***-Identity-H

***-Identity-V

Reference:

Adobe CJKV Character Collections and CMaps for CID-Keyed Fonts: http://www.adobe.com/content/dam/Adobe/en/devnet/font/pdfs/5094.CJK_CID.pdf

C. Solvent

If it shows with these suffix, you just delete the suffix and search. Such as you just search "ShinGoPro-Regular" for "ShinGoPro-Regular-83pv-RKSJ-H".

2017-03-09 03:56:37
2. Why Does It Say Missing of Fonts Opening PSD, AI, PDF, CDR files?

Because you do not install the font, so it remind you of missing fonts.

A. Some times, the file translate the English name of the font into Chinese, such as "AvantGarde Bk BT Medium" into "AvantGarde BK BT-普通". You just need to search the English name.

B. For Adobe software, such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Acrobat, the name shows as PostScript name instead of the real name of the font. You just have to search the PostScript name

C. Some fonts shows different names in maxOS and Windows which causing missing of fonts when you using the other OS to edit the file made in one OS. Such as the name in Windows shows "Proxima Nova Lt Regular" and shows "Proxima Nova Light" in macOS.

Tip: For Adobe software, it shows "Font Family + Style" in the font list but it says PostScript name in the reminder.

2017-03-07 10:33:00
3. Why Do Some Font Style Name(Font Subfamiy Name) are "☞"?

For these fonts, most of them are transferred from Webfont fonts. They are not different from original fonts but slightly different in name and/or in style.

2017-03-05 17:09:23
4. Why Do Some Font Family Name are "."?

For these fonts, most of them are transferred from Webfont fonts. They are not different from original fonts but slightly different in name and/or in style.

2017-03-03 23:45:46
5. How to Use @font-face?

Here is how to use Webfont (including EOT\WOFF\WOFF2\SVG\TTF)that every browsers (even the oldest IE6.0) support and its @font-face:

@font-face {

font-family: 'MyWebFont';

src: url('webfont.eot'); /* IE9 Compat Modes */

src: url('webfont.eot?#iefix') format('embedded-opentype'), /* IE6-IE8 */

url('webfont.woff2') format('woff2'), /* Super Modern Browsers */

url('webfont.woff') format('woff'), /* Pretty Modern Browsers */

url('webfont.ttf') format('truetype'), /* Safari, Android, iOS */

url('webfont.svg#svgFontName') format('svg'); /* Legacy iOS */

}

Here is how to use Webfont (including WOFF\TTF) that main stream browsers support and its @font-face:

@font-face {

font-family: 'MyWebFont';

src: url('webfont.woff') format('woff'), /* Pretty Modern Browsers */

url('webfont.ttf') format('truetype'); /* Safari, Android, iOS */

}

Here is how to use Webfont (including WOFF) that almost main stream browsers support and its @font-face:

@font-face {

font-family: 'MyWebFont';

src: url('webfont.woff') format('woff'); /* Pretty Modern Browsers */

}

And use it like this:

body { font-family: 'MyWebFont'; }

2017-03-02 06:22:09
6. How Well Does Browsers Support @font-face?

Here are the compatibility of each browser:

'', 'TTF', 'OTF', 'WOFF', 'WOFF2', 'EOT', 'SVG'

'Android Browser', '2.2 +', '2.2 +', '4.4 +', '37.0 +', 'Not Support', '3.0 +'

'Blackberry Browser', '7.0 +', '7.0 +', '7.0 +', 'Not Support', 'Not Support', '7.0 +'

'Chrome', '4.0 +', '4.0 +', '6.0 +', '36.0 +', 'Not Support', '4.0 +'

'Chrome for Android', '18.0 +', '18.0 +', '18.0 +', 'Not Support', 'Not Support', '18.0 +'

'Firefox', '3.5 +', '3.5 +', '3.6 +', '35.0 +', 'Not Support', 'Not Support'

'Firefox for Android', '15.0 +', '15.0 +', '15.0 +', 'Not Support', 'Not Support', 'Not Support'

'Internet Explorer', 'Not Support', 'Not Support', '9.0 +', 'Not Support', '6.0 +', 'Not Support'

'Internet Explorer Mobile', 'Not Support', 'Not Support', '10.0 +', 'Not Support', 'Not Support', 'Not Support'

'Opera', '10.0 +', '10.0 +', '11.10 +', '23.0 +', 'Not Support', '9.0 +'

'Opera Mobile', '10.0 +', '10.0 +', '11.0 +', 'Not Support', 'Not Support', '10.0 +'

'Safari', '3.1 +', '3.1 +', '5.1 +', 'Not Support', 'Not Support', '3.2 +'

'Safari for iOS', '4.2 +', '4.2 +', '5.0 +', 'Not Support', 'Not Support', '3.2 +'

2017-02-28 12:58:32
7. How to Solve the Compatibility Problem of Different Names in Different OS?

Some fonts shows different names in maxOS and Windows which causing missing of fonts when you using the other OS to edit the file made in one OS. Such as the name in Windows shows "Proxima Nova Lt Regular" and shows "Proxima Nova Light" in macOS. It can not be solved but you can change the name table of the font to match them. But it is not recommended for it may cause other problems.

2017-02-26 19:34:55
8. How to Solve the Tip Reads "Can not Install font.ttf file, 'C:\WINDOWS\Fonts\font.ttf' is not valid"?

Here are the reasons:

A. The font can only be used in macOS, iOS, watchOS, tvOS, not suitable for Windows

B. The file suits for the older version of Windows not the new version.

C. The file has been broken.

Here is how you solve it:

You can transfer the file from TTF file into OTF file by Convfont provided by FontKe at : http://en.fontke.com/tool/convfont/. Basically, you will be able to use it.

2017-02-25 02:11:18
9. Why Can Not Find My Installed Fonts in Photoshop, Illustrator, CorelDRAW and other software?

Here are the possible reasons:

A. If the software is open when you install the font, then the software has not register it yet. Close the software and try again.

B. The same font may have different names in different language such as "蒙纳特刚黑" reads "MStiffHei PRC Black".

C. There is a problem of compatibility causing the font can not be used in certain software.

2017-02-23 08:47:41
10. How to Delete Fonts in Linux?

In Linux OS, Here is how you delete .ttf, .otf, .ttc, .pfa fonts:

Input "/" key and input "fonts:/" and click the font file you'd like to delete and delete it. After delete it, you need to refresh the font cache and restart your computer.

Tip: It is slightly different in different Linux operational systems and you should adjust it.

2017-02-21 15:24:04
11. How to Install Fonts in Linux?

In Linux OS, Here are ways to install .ttf, .otf, .ttc, .pfa fonts, among which, .pfa fonts need to affiliated with .afm fonts :

A. Desk System

a. Double click the file and click "Install" button.

b. Input "/" key and input "fonts:/" to build a new sub-catalog such as Chinese and drag font file to it.(such as /usr/share/fonts/chinese/)

B. Command Line

Step 1. Build a new sub-catalog under the catalog of /usr/share/fonts and as in:

# mkdir /usr/share/fonts/chinese

Step 2: Copy font file to the sub-catalog such as /root/desktop as in:

# cd /root/desktop

# cp font.ttf /usr/share/fonts/chinese/

Step3: Build index information of Fonts and update font cache, as in:

# cd /usr/share/fonts/chinese

# mkfontscale

# mkfontdir

# fc-cache

There, the font is installed.

Tip: It is slightly different in different Linux operational systems and you should adjust it.

2017-02-19 22:00:27
12. How to Restore the Default Fonts in Mac OS X/OS X/macOS?

In Mac OS X/OS X/macOS, If you accidentally delete the default fonts, or installed too many third party fonts, we need to restore the default fonts, here is how:

Open the "Font" software under the "Application" menu and click "Restore Default Fonts" so you can delete all the third party fonts and restore all of the default fonts.

2017-02-18 04:36:50
13. How to Delete Fonts in Mac OS X/OS X/macOS?

In Mac OS X/OS X/macOS and other operational systems, The way to delete .ttf, .otf, .ttc, .dfont fonts are as following:

Open "Font" software under the "Application" menu and delete it.

2017-02-16 11:13:13
14. How To Install Fonts in Mac OS X/OS X/macOS?

In Mac OS X/OS X/macOS and Other OS, There are three ways to install .ttf, .otf, .ttc, .dfont fonts:

A. Double click the file and click the "Install".

B. Open "Font" software under "Application" and choose the font you want to install.

C. Copy font file to "/Library/Fonts" and restart your computer. Early days, some software needs to copy the file to "/System/Library/Fonts".

Tip: Series of Mac OS X/OS X/macOS

Mac OS X series: Mac OS X 10.0(Cheetah), Mac OS X 10.1(Puma), Mac OS X 10.2(Jaguar), Mac OS X 10.3(Panther), Mac OS X 10.4(Tiger), Mac OS X 10.5(Leopard), Mac OS X 10.6(Snow Leopard), Mac OS X 10.7(Lion)

OS X series: OS X 10.8(Mountain Lion), OS X 10.9(Mavericks), OS X 10.10(Yosemite), OS X 10.11(El Capitan)

macOS series: macOS 10.12(Sierra)

2017-02-14 17:49:36
15. How to Delete Fonts in Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10?

In Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10 and other Windows OS, you can delete .ttf, .otf, .ttc, .fon fonts by:

Opening the Control board and opening the "Font " software and click "delete" to delete it.

Tip: It is slightly different in different operational systems and you should adjust it.

2017-02-13 00:25:59
16. How To Install Fonts in Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10?

In Windows 98/Me/2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10 and other windows operational systems,there are several way to install .ttf, .otf, .ttc, .fon fonts, among which, .otf, .ttc fonts can only used in Windows 2000 and higher version of Windows:

A. Double click the file and click and click "Install".

B. Click file and click "install" in the menu.

C. Open "Font" software in Control board and install the font by choosing the right file.

D. Copy the file to the address (C:\WINDOWS\Fonts) and restart your computer and it is (C:\WINNT\Fonts in Windows 2000).

Tip: It is slightly different in different operational systems and you should adjust it.

2017-02-11 07:02:22
17. What is the difference among TrueType, OpenType and PostScript fonts?

TrueType fonts can be adjusted to any size, and remain clear no matter what size of them.

OpenType fonts are related to TrueType, but including larger basic character strings, including small capital letters, old fashion numbers and more complicated shapes, such as "glyph" and "ligature". OpenType fonts can be adjusted to any size, and remain clear no matter what size of them.

PostScript fonts are smooth, well-detailed as a kind of high-quality fonts.

2017-02-09 13:38:45
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