Font Book Oddity Which Affects Only Geneva Font - What's Up?

Discussion in 'Apple' started by TaliesinSoft, May 11, 2007.

  1. TaliesinSoft

    TaliesinSoft Guest

    At this time I have installed 249 font families which together have 637
    faces. The fonts are clustered into sub-folders within either
    System/Library/Fonts or /Library/Fonts. Because a particular font might come
    from more than one source there are some duplicates.

    If I resolve the duplicates using Font Book they are all resolved with the
    exception of Geneva. This resolution is applied by selecting all of the fonts
    and then applying the Resolve Duplicates action within Font Book. In the case
    of Geneva I have to, in Font Book, open the Geneva folder revealing the two
    versions of the font, then select the two, and then apply the Resolve
    Duplicates action.

    So, the question is, what magical and mysterious properties does Geneva have
    that none of my other fonts have?

    There isn't any problem, but my curiosity is piqued!
     
    TaliesinSoft, May 11, 2007
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