Brian is correct here. But if you don't have the original font to
replace (not uncommon these days with downloadable purchases and
neglect in backup) you might be able to regenerate the suitcase
(bitmap/screen) font from the outline (printer) font by using a
font-editor such as Fontographer or FontLab. Open the outline font and
regenerate the suitcase. This will often solve the problem.
A program that can often fix corrupt fonts is FontDoctor. FontDoctor
is included with Suitcase 10, or at least was included with mine. It
can be purchased separately.
I use Suitcase for font management. The recent version of ATM (aka ATM
Light, version 4.6.2+) no longer does font management. ATM Deluxe
(combination manager/rastorizer) was discontinued with the new Mac
OS, though you still need ATM as a rastorizer if you are running
> Katie -
> Most likely the font files have become corrupted. You should delete the
> files and reinstall the font.
> > ATM Deluxe sent the following report when I tried to open a font this
> > morning. Can anyone tell me what this means in English, and how it
> > possibly be fixed (or does it require, as stated, reloading the
> > "Error: the offset table in the FOND resource contains an offset which
> > exceeds the length of the resource itself. This font may crash your
> > computer. Replace the font suitcase file."
> > I'm told that ATM is not really the best font utility program, but
> > heard conflicting reports on some of the others out there (for
> > anyone have recommendations? Thanks.
> > Katie Harper