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Hello:
I upgraded two machines to Mavericks. An iMac and a Macmini both were running 10.8. We store files and fonts on a Windows server. Before the upgrade the fonts appeared as aspected on the server in the Finder, after the Mavericks upgrade they appeared as Unix executable files ( Only on the iMac ) the fonts display correctly on the MacMini. Both machines mount the server the same way and the fonts do work correctly if downloaded to the local machine.

Anyone have an idea why they would appear correctly on one machine and not the other and way to fix this issue.

Appreciate any input.

thanks,
Rick



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