Yet another printing problem. 2016.2.5 update now is printing a replaced font for Letters from the T2. Everything worked fine in 2016.2.0 (Update: NOT FIXED in 2016.2.6)

Ever since the 2016.2.5 update, we have had major printing issues.  The most recent now being that trying to print a "Letter" from a T2 is replacing the font from the time it leaves Profile, and gets printed

WHY ARE YOU MESSING WITH THE PRINTERS ON UPDATES WHEN THEY WERE ALREADY WORKING?!?!?!?!?!?!  

UPDATE: Still not fixed in 2016.2.6  Our T2 Letters look on screen and print to PDF with normal Garamond font, properly spaced on the page... etc.  But when it goes straight to the printer from profile it prints using some messed up version of Arial that is spaced incorrectly and prints overtop of itself.

UPDATE #2: Issue appears to be gone with update 2016.3.0

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