We are converting html to pdf now, and we want to use ‘Inter V’, ‘Noto Sans CJK TC Regular’, ‘Noto Sans Thai’, ‘IBM Plex Sans Arabic’ these four free fonts. We don’t want to have any legal issues when using these fonts. Do we need to embed these font license? If we need to do it, how can we embed font license? Can you give us some suggestions？Many thanks.
Aspose.PDF does not provide any capability to embed font licenses in the PDF. However, you can ignore license restrictions by calling document.setDisableFontLicenseVerifications(true); method. Please note that API ignores license restrictions when this property is set.
New Flag Aspose.Pdf.Document.DisableFontLicenseVerifications was added to help embed fonts for cases like this. This flag is used to disable any license restrictions for all fonts in current PDF document.
But when it is set it means that person who sets this flag, takes all responsibility of possible license/law violations on himself. So it’s strongly recommended to use this flag only when you are fully confident that you are not breaking the copyright law.
We don’t want to set DisableFontLicenseVerifications , we want to use font license and don’t have any legal issue
We have logged an investigate ticket as PDFNET-50493 in our issue tracking system to further analyze the font licensing during PDF generation. We will look into details of this scenario and let you know as soon as the ticket is resolved. Please be patient and spare us some time.
We are sorry for the inconvenience.
We only want to know how to use these font licenses or where should we put them in order to avoid any legal issue while we convert html to pdf using Aspose.PDF. Can you give us some suggestions?
We are afraid that we are not ready to answer the questions yet. We need time for investigating the issue.
Can you please share the original HTML document(s) using one of the fonts mentioned? For a better understanding of your requirements?