MacOS comes with fonts installed in two locations:
The fonts in the /System location cannot be disabled**, and are required for the 'safe' rendering of all text that the interface needs.
The fonts in /Library/Fonts can all be disabled in Font Book. This location is also where some applications install fonts that they ...
I figured it out. Download the tinker tool, then go to fonts and increase the size of the help tag and you're golden. The size of the notes in the preview will increase to 24. Relaunch preview to see the change. You can even delete the tinker tool after the setting is changed. The change in font size will remain. :) –
If this is a 'one-time' activity, then there are plenty of file-syncing applications: Chronosync, Resilio Sync, GoodSync, etc -- which can be used to ensure that either or both Macs end up with either or both sets of files in the target folders.
These apps can also be used to run continuously, to ensure that the files stay in sync.
Bear in mind that Font ...
If using the built in Font Book app is not enough for you, I would look at Adobe Creative Cloud to license fonts and typefaces or if you already have purchased or cleared licensing, Extensis has excellent tools to manage this for 2 machines or a small / large workgroup or enterprise.
Do the following and place your removed fonts back to the "font" folder of your library folder.
Restore fonts that came with your Mac using Font Book
You can restore the fonts that were originally included with your Mac. This may be useful if you’re having issues with Font Book. Restoring the standard fonts moves any fonts you’ve installed into a ...
The PDF does seem to display incorrectly on Catalina, but not on other versions of macOS.
Preflighting the PDF in Acrobat flags several instances of fonts that are not embedded. Acrobat and other versions of macOS seem to be able to substitute the system Arial and Times New Roman, but Catalina does not. I'd suggest that is the bug.
Exporting from Acrobat as ...
The problem may be that some equations are .svg images, and that
html glyph pixels -> pdf pixels
svg image pixels -> pdf pixels
rescale the pixels differently, in different versions of Preview.
(In Safari, drag the top equation in Wikipedia
Septic_equation to a text window:
It's fixed. The culprit appears to have been Adobe Acrobat Reader DC and was fixed with a recent update (version 2020.12.20043). You may have to quit Word and restart it, you possibly have to run Reader once before the fonts work again.
Not my observation, but taken from a discussion at a Microsoft board. Thanks to H. Tomás Gómez-Arostegui for pointing me to ...