It is because somewhere there is a font which is not licensed to embed in PDFs, just as the warning states.
The PDF will look fine if the font is installed on the system. Therefore it will look okay on your system. However, any system which does not contain the font may not render that particular font properly.
The only way to get around the embedding ...
You can make a portable SVG file by converting the text to a vector path.
Select the text object, then go to the menu Path → Object to Path.
(You could also use Stroke to Path, depending upon what you want to do).
Of course as a vector, the text will no longer b be editable as text, but that may not matter as much to you as being able to have your SVG ...
In addition to Scott's answer, you can circumvent this issue by converting all type in the offending font into outlines: Type > Create Outlines. This will markedly increase your .pdf file size if you're using the font a lot (for say, body text).
This way, you don't have to embed any of the info in the font file--all your letters are shapes after all. Be ...
Regarding Cons: embed files and save as imdl.
Also it's hard to count this as a con as you still would need to send the links to the final file (be it zip or indd) are similar in weight.
For me Pros:
Easy file sharing among different contributors. Sometimes I get
packages that lack some files. Happened to me, created a package and
50% of the files were ...
I should've searched better before typing such a long post...
This is indeed possible in Photoshop CC! You can link files in Photoshop. See this great video tutorial on the Photoshop website.
Do note that there's a difference between linking and embedding a file. It's explained in the first part of the video:
When you embed an image into Photshop into a ...
In the current version of Inkscape seems not yet possible to embed SVG fonts (see also here a little example).
In 0.48 Release Notes:
There is a known limitation where the list of glyphs in the dialog are not yet rendered in the selected font, but still in the system font
In 0.47 Release Notes there is a more detailed explanation of the limitations:
No, you can't in the 1.4 stable version.
The development version 1.5.x (status April 2016) already has the feature you're looking for.
It's in the context menu (and also in the "item" menu, under "Image").
If you're using 1.4.x and you're goal is to transfer the .sla file to a different computer, then you can "File > Collect for output" your work and send ...
Hooray, as this answer states:
With InDesign, generally the reason an image is not displayed in the
Links panel is because it has been pasted into InDesign.
The script available at the page below will extract pasted (and
embedded) images. See here:
It was created by Peter Kahrel.
With InDesign, generally the reason an image is not displayed in the Links panel is because it has been pasted into InDesign.
The script available at the page below will extract pasted (and embedded) images. See here:
It was created by Peter Kahrel.
And, in case running scripts is unfamiliar, he ...
You need a license from Linotype (for either Helvetica or Coolvetica)
Yes there is a specific "App" license, see:
I can't say what the penalties are, but you will at bare minimum be forced to buy the appropriate license.
What you are trying to do is to embed the file to your project, rather than linking it.
That can be done by
Selecting the file in the Links panel (Window→Links), and choosing Embed Image from the dropdown menu.
Note, that embedding the images can (and most likely significantly) increase your artwork size.
Read more about embedding and linking on Adobe
The biggest con I know of is that it ruins the dynamic nature of you indd library. By that, I mean that if you refresh your brand by updating a logo or photos, you have to replace it manually wherever it appears in each document if you have embedded them. If the other cons weren't enough, this one is a deal breaker for me, especially when working on accounts ...
Easier to transfer (reworded from "less files to transfer")
A zip file is one file. Is it really more files to transfer. Assuming package works properly its the right thing to do.
But obviously this is simpler if you don't consider your workflow that important. Which is a boon to casual users.
Not really a pro or con really, just a social issue.
Profile is like a address in the space of color reproduction. The monitor profile tells you where your monitor is in this space. The image profile tells you where the image is in this space.
In order to navigate between these points and any other point you need to know:
where you are
where you want to go
what to do with the bits that exceed this ...
Exactly how a color profile is stored in an image depends on the image format. In PNG, for example, it's contained in a PNG iCCP chunk. In JPEG, it's stored in a particular "marker".
For other image formats, see
About the "why", the embedded color profile tells how the image author intended it to appear. ...
As others have suggested in the comments, there might be some phantom traces of Adobe Gothic somewhere in the presentation.
You may be able to remove them using the Font Replacement dialog: Go to Home on the ribbon, and in the Editing group click the little triangle next to Replace and select Replace Fonts.... You will then see a dialog box with all of the ...
Buy or get a free trial of Serif PagePlus X9. It's an intuitive graphics and text composing program that covers professional (=CMYK) printing needs, too. It's purposed to be a low cost alternative to Adobe InDesign and that it really is. PagePlus must be paid only once. The price is less than Adobe bills for one month InDesign usage.
Import your design ...
"Less files to transfer" is not a "pro", because every file you are embedding will increase the INDD so much, you could easily end up with a 1GB or more file and good luck uploading that to your contributors, especially if working with multiple versions of the INDD.
"No broken links" appears to be the only valid argument, but that's not reason enough to ...
If that is a low resolution image, that might explain the blurring. Without seeing the SVG, I can't be 100% sure but you could try this:
Select the raster image
Press Shift+Ctrl+O to open the
Object Properties panel.
In the Object Properties set the Image Rendering to 'optimizeSpeed'
Obviously the image will be blocky/pixelated, but that is because it is ...
As you may be aware, Emoji is a set of Unicode characters, just like A, $, 7, + and \ are. They are rendered using fonts, just like how A B C will look differently in Comic Sans, Arial and Helvetica. This is why Emoji in the same block of text looks different on Android, iOS and Facebook; they're all using different fonts for their emoji.
If you are ...
I have not used that program and probably never will. Those kind of design programs are a bit useless. They are targeted at home users to be printed in your home. A CMYK version has no sense if the output is digital. If you need let's say 100 cards, it will be digital.
Regarding the bleed, you need to actually make the design 6mm bigger.
So choose for ...
i guess first instance would be the vendor or printing place is facing problem as he or she might open the pdf using either of adobe software so the missing font error and please check the colour properties if you are using pantone or RGB value. The second instance, when you might have designed the artwork you might have forgot to put the crop. I have ...
This worked for me!! However, instead of 'Helvetica' I had Asian characters.
I had more or less the same issue with a pptx template that I bought.
When I wanted to save the pptx with embedded fonts, I got a warning that Helvetica Neue (Light, Medium) fonts can't be embedded because not installed on my computer.
As most of you, I checked all slides, the ...
The only two options in illustrator for fonts in the "Save as SVG" dialog are "SVG" and "convert to outlines".
The SVG option embeds the fonts, or the system fonts, which you can then swap out in the code with your custom web fonts using a little HTML and/or CSS.
If the graphic and the text are not intertwined or overlapping, you could just do the graphic ...
1) Bitmap copy workaround:
Select the bitmap image with the clipping mask and press ALT + B (create a bitmap copy).
Delete the original image.
The resolution of the bitmap copy can be set in the Edit > Preferences > Bitmaps menu.
2) Filter workaround:
Apply dummy filters to the clipped bitmap images (e.g. Filters > Fill and Transparency > Blend with ...
In your second example, try this:
style="width: 660px;height:252px;border:1px solid dimgray;" preserveAspectRatio="xMinYMin">
Set both the width and height of the drawing to a specific dimension that is a multiple of the coordinate system extents. Your coordinate system is approx 110 units wide and 42 units high (so if you want it 6x scale, make it ...
I don't believe it's possible. Did the Content Collector tool appear in 5.5 or 6.0? If it's in 5.5, you could embed the images on the page as you mentioned, group with the rest of the page's contents, add to the Content Conveyer, go to your new InDesign page, place with Content Placer with the "create link" option unchecked.