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I think I’ve finally found a solution to this annoying error message that Windows gives when you use DfontSplitter to convert some fonts and then try and use those converted fonts in Windows.
It involves using a third-party open source application called FontForge to convert the TTFs that DfontSplitter gives you from a Mac-specific TTF format into ‘regular’ TTF format.
A full tutorial on using this method is included as a YouTube video screencast at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T75KM5H308o.
If you can’t or don’t want to watch the video, essentially the process is:
Please do let me know if this process works for you and give any feedback on this blog post — especially if you’d previously had problems using a .dfont you had wanted to use on Windows.