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 in PostScript files; this question doesn'​t attempt to be encyclopaedic,​ so in PostScript files; this question doesn'​t attempt to be encyclopaedic,​ so
 we only discuss the two formats most commonly encountered in the we only discuss the two formats most commonly encountered in the
-(La)TeX context, types 1 and 3.  In particular, we don't discuss the+(La)TeX context, types(nbsp)1 and 3.  In particular, we don't discuss the
 OpenType format, whose many advantages now becoming accessible to most OpenType format, whose many advantages now becoming accessible to most
-(La)TeX users (by means of +(La)TeX users (by means of the widely-used [[1_generalites:​glossaire:​qu_est_ce_que_xetex|XeTeX]] 
-  ​the widely-used [[FAQ-xetex|XeTeX]] and the more experimental +and the more experimental [[1_generalites:​glossaire:​qu_est_ce_que_luatex|LuaTeX]]).
-  ​[[FAQ-luatex|LuaTeX]]).+
  
 Adobe Type 1 format specifies a means to represent outlines of the glyphs Adobe Type 1 format specifies a means to represent outlines of the glyphs
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 In the (La)TeX context, Type 1 fonts are extremely important. ​ Apart In the (La)TeX context, Type 1 fonts are extremely important. ​ Apart
-from their simple ​ +from their simple availability (there are thousands of commercial Type(nbsp)1 
-availability (there are thousands of commercial Type 1 text fonts around), the +text fonts around), the commonest reader for PDF files has long (in effect) //​insisted//​ on
-commonest reader for PDF files has long (in effect) //​insisted//​ on+
 their use (see below). their use (see below).
  
 Type 3 fonts have a more forgiving specification. ​ A wide range of Type 3 fonts have a more forgiving specification. ​ A wide range of
-PostScript operators is permissible,​ including bitmap specifiers. ​ Type 3+PostScript operators is permissible,​ including bitmap specifiers. ​ Type(nbsp)3
 is therefore the natural format to be used for programs such as is therefore the natural format to be used for programs such as
 ''​dvips''​ when they auto-generate something to represent ''​dvips''​ when they auto-generate something to represent
 MetaFont-generated fonts in a PostScript file.  It's Adobe Acrobat Viewer'​s MetaFont-generated fonts in a PostScript file.  It's Adobe Acrobat Viewer'​s
-treatment of bitmap Type 3 fonts that has made direct MetaFont output +treatment of bitmap Type(nbsp)3 fonts that has made direct MetaFont output 
-increasingly unattractive,​ in recent years. ​ If you have a PDF +increasingly unattractive,​ in recent years. ​ If you have a PDF document 
-document in which the text looks fuzzy and uneven in Acrobat Reader, +in which the text looks fuzzy and uneven in Acrobat Reader, ask Reader for the 
-ask Reader for the ''​File''​$\rightarrow$ +''​File''​$\rightarrow$''​Document Properties''​$\rightarrow$''​Fonts ...'',​ 
-''​Document Properties''​$\rightarrow$ +and it will likely show some font or other as "Type(nbsp)3" (usually with encoding "​Custom"​). 
-''​Fonts ...'',​ and it will likely show some font or other as +The problem has disappeared with version 6 of Acrobat Reader. 
-"Type 3" (usually with encoding "​Custom"​). ​ The problem has +See [[5_fichiers:pdf:​generer_un_fichier_pdf_de_qualite|PDF quality]] 
-disappeared with version 6 of Acrobat Reader. ​ ​See ​ +for a discussion of the issue, and for ways of addressing it.
-[[FAQ-dvips-pdf|PDF quality]] for a discussion of +
-the issue, and for ways of addressing it.+
  
 Type 3 fonts should not entirely be dismissed, however. ​ Acrobat Type 3 fonts should not entirely be dismissed, however. ​ Acrobat
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