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Font issues on G4 from a G5 Mac


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We have a client who submitted a request for work from a g5. We have a G4 and get the error that the font is a G5 font and is not compatible. This is using CS3 - Photoshop.

Is there a font pack upgrade for the G5 from a G4???

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I have never heard of such a thing myself. I trade fonts back and forth between my PowerBook G4 and my Power Mac G5 all of the time.

Ask your client to embed, rasterize or include his font file and resend his work request.

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Where is the appropriate location??? Im new here so am uncertain.

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