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Superscript becomes # in CONVERT_OTF output PDF

Former Member
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Hello,

As the subject says, units of m2 (2 in superscript) becomes m# when converting OTF to PDF.

Does anyone have an idea how to fix this, I looked into note 1012515, but it's already implemented.

Thanks!

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prasoon_sahay
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  1. doesnot means always #, it may be some other special character which is not defined is dispalyed as #.

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true, in this case it's superscript

AlexanderOv
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Hello, Märten,

you might need to look at the note 1561554. As I understand, this note corrects superscripts and subscripts symbols also. Maybe I'm wrong.

Therefore, you want the system to also use these Adobe fonts to output the special characters during the PDF conversion for Unicode/cascading fonts (see Note 999712)

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Unfortunately, this didn't help

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I think you need to do some tuning in the cascading font configure tool. See notes 812821 and 906031.