I am working with a manufacturer who is typically used to getting pdfs from more traditional Adobe tools, read: not LuaLatex. They are telling me to "make sure" that my fonts are embedded in the
This particular link says that "lualatex always embeds fonts", but as glyphs.
It also talks about editing the
pdftex.map to force the embedding of the entire font. I had some trouble finding where that file even exists. In
[Does lualatex embed fonts for compatibility?
At the end of the day, I am a Linux guy running
lualatex on an Ubuntu machine. I want to be able to tell my manufacturer "yes, file contains embedded fonts". There is a little bit of a language barrier, so the more I can do on my end, the better.
How can I:
- Make sure the pdf file contains the full embedded fonts? Is there an inspection tool that shows this?
- (or) What do I need to do to make this happen if
lualatexisn't doing the right thing
Thanks in advance.