I have created a document in Scribus which I exported to PDF, embedding all the fonts. However, in some applications, one of the fonts (Montserrat) does not display properly – it looks like some sort of glyphs:
Above is a screenshot from the online version of Adobe Acrobat. The weird thing is that the font looks right for about 30 seconds and then changes to this. Also, in the Google Drive PDF viewer and the desktop version of Acrobat Reader (free version), it looks normal. When I copy the "text" to word, the original words display.
Is there anything I can do about this? (I want to send the file for printing, so it is important that the fonts are, well, actual text).
The font information for Montserrat (and all its styles) is:
If it is important, I think I downloaded the font from the Google Fonts website. The other fonts in the document don't experience such issues (though Montserrat is my main font).