When I open a projection that was created with a ProTool
version earlier than 3.x, Windows will use any font. What is the
cause for this, and what can I do about it?
Up to ProTool V3.00, the used fonts were called PT Standard
and PT Symbol, as of V3.00 they are called ProTool
Standard or ProTool Symbol.
This results in the display of incorrect fonts when older
projections are edited in ProTool V3.x, if no earlier version of
ProTool was installed on the computer.
This is caused by the fact that the font listed in the
configuration, PT Standard / Symbol, cannot be found on the
computer. Windows will then automatically use a font that it
considers compatible. Most of the time, however, this is not
ProTool Standard or ProTool Symbol.
In the menu for the target system's fonts, replace the selected
fonts PT Standard and PT Symbol with the new fonts
ProTool Standard and ProTool Symbol.
In some of the standard project plannings available in ProTool V3.x
(e.g. OP35_S7_300_400), the previous fonts are also still