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I have been using some embedded fonts (AMS, Times) in my PDF document. Last time when I browsed the document in PDF Viewer (Evince, in that particular case) I noticed that most of embedded fonts were marked as "Noname" in the "Document properties" dialog.

Although it doesn't bring any problems with browsing and printing, I wonder if there is a way to tell pdfLatex to include embedded fonts real names?

Properties Window

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What does the picture mean? I believe most of us can't understand or read Russian. – Marco Daniel Jul 28 '12 at 19:08
It seems you are using bitmap fonts which pdftex converts on the fly to Type3 fonts before embedding them into PDF files, using outline (Type1) fonts would eliminate this. – Khaled Hosny Jul 28 '12 at 19:16
@MarcoDaniel The picture says a bunch of fonts called "Noname" in the "Document properties" dialog window. – Denis Jul 28 '12 at 19:28
@Denis If you have solved your problem, please share the knowledge. Otherwise, try providing a minimal example of a document that exhibits the issue. – egreg Feb 2 '13 at 21:26
@KhaledHosny: Please convert that comment into an answer. – Martin Schröder Feb 2 '13 at 21:46

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