[Scribus] Re: Re: Re: Fonts look bad at first with PDF plugin in browser
Wed Dec 1 12:56:28 CET 2004
On Wednesday 01 December 2004 12:43, Sandip Bhattacharya wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-12-01 at 12:16 +0100, Alexander Skwar wrote:
> > Craig Bradney wrote:
> > > On Wednesday 01 December 2004 11:46, Alexander Skwar wrote:
> > >> Hm :( Then, the fonts look very bad and the form takes "ages" to
> > >> render (~20 to 30 seconds).
> > >>
> > >> What does acrobat (the writer) do differently, so that the problem
> > >> doesn't exist at all there?
> > >
> > > Its the reader not the writer, sorry.
> > You mean, it's an issue of the reader? Yes, you're right, but with
> > documents from other writers, the issue doesn't exist. Q: What
> > does the "official" Adobe Acrobat writer and other writers (like
> > ghostscript) do so differently, that the problem doesn't exist
> > with these writers and the same reader?
> I wonder if you also see another oddity that I find in my Acrobat Reade
> 5.x on Linux.
> While viewing your form if I drag the scrollbar to the bottom, I dont
> reach the bottom and get stuck somewhere in the middle. In other words I
> cant see part of the bottom of the form.
> However if I use the pan tool (the hand) to drag the document up, I can
> see the bottom of the form. Is this another reader specific oddity?
> I have seen this happening on some PDFs before . e.g. some OOo created
> PDFs which have been encrypted using pdftk.
Thats a bug in Acroreader 5 on Linux. Doesnt matter what created the PDF.
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