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Old Oct 23, 2009, 09:48 PM   #1
PCM
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Weird typeface meta information in Font Book

Hi All,

Just installed the 'Gotham' family, and for some reason Fontbook is recognizing distinctly different weights all as the style 'Regular'. Is there anyway to change the meta information embedded in the font or to fix this issue? Totally weird. I've come across this issue on other forums, but with no resolution. It wouldn't be that big of a deal, but the improperly labeled weights are not accessible in Adobe CS3 so this typeface is essentially unusable.

Check in the screenshots -- even though it's two different weights, the 'Style' is registering as 'Regular'. On a similar note, why do a couple fonts I have installed register each weight as a different family, rather than weights under the same family? See 'Fago' screenshot attached. Ugh.

Thanks in advance.
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