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Strange request (maybe) MAC users


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♥LazyVampire♥

Someone I usually help a bit is asking this.....

 

Hello,

 

Can someone provide me the Myriad or Myriad Pro or Apple Myriad in the Mac OS X Lion format?

 

This means, I already have the OTF/TTF with me.

 

I need it in the SITX format (I think, that;s the mac font format).

 

 

 

 

Im assuming they are looking for MAC T1 ? I know sitx is a stuffit file but for the life of me cant remember what MAC font files are.

 

 

extra info

 

Its for a MacBook Air.

 

The latest model.

 

It runs OS X Lion.

 

I can NEVER understand why some OTF files look super bad when being used for editing, but look AWESOME when they are viewed in a PDF....

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nobloodoo

I found this, but not sure if it help.

 

Myriad Pro (Apple's Corporate Font)

 

98myriadprol.png

(a value of 229.00 USD)

 

download: (dmg file)

http://www.mediafire.com/?ekzqnt2ujdy

 

Includes:

MyriadPro-Black.otf

MyriadPro-BlackIt.otf

MyriadPro-Bold.otf

MyriadPro-BoldIt.otf

MyriadPro-It.otf

MyriadPro-Light.otf

MyriadPro-LightIt.otf

MyriadPro-Regular.otf

MyriadPro-Semibold.otf

MyriadPro-SemiboldIt.otf

 

Password: c4mstw

 

According to Font Book's Validation, each font is working correctly:

53validation.png

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♥LazyVampire♥

but the person already has the OTF versions. Isnt the dmg file just a container ?

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LadyLola

I wonder if her problem isn't the font, but in something that is being done in whatever she is using the font with. I can't imagine there being a difference in a MAC front vs an official release of the same font as an OT. Especially because all newly released Apple computers don't require MAC fonts, I can use any OTF or TTF font on my Apple devices.

 

Perhaps I'm wrong... ??

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