Well, I'm back with another font issue. I've been running a lot of tests with JEuclid as part of my project, and overall things are working well (yay). However... JEuclid seems to not be picking up the Mathematica fonts from my system - cutting off three full sets of capital letters that I want to use.
Running on Debian Etch with Gnome 2.14.3, this behavior is the same with FOP 0.94 + JEuclid 3.0.3 and FOP 0.95beta + JEuclid 3.1.0.
I am trying to use the sets of Script Capitals, Double-Struck Capitals and Black-Letter Capitals (aka Fraktur Capitals). All of these are part of Mathematica's Math5 font, which is installed and working when I view the characters on my original XHTML page (I'm certain this font is the one handling these characters). However they disappear when converting the FO file to a PDF [Test files attached].
As recommended for MathML, I'm using the Mathematica 4.1 fonts for Xft-enabled builds, which makes up 20 files in my ~/.fonts/ folder.
I happen to have STIXgeneral.ttf in the ~/.fonts/ folder as well, and I know that it IS getting picked up properly by JEuclid and used for PDF generation. I've reached the point of scratching my head, wondering why Math5 isn't. Any ideas?
 Font table: http://www.mozilla.org/projects/mathml/fonts/encoding/math5.html
 Font download: http://www.mozilla.org/projects/mathml/fonts/
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