[Scribus] Re: Fonts look bad at first with PDF plugin in browser
Wed Dec 1 17:06:44 CET 2004
On Wed, 01 Dec 2004 16:53:30 +0100, Alexander Skwar
<listen at alexander.skwar.name> wrote:
> Craig Bradney wrote:
> > On Wednesday 01 December 2004 15:40, Alexander Skwar wrote:
> >> Craig Bradney wrote:
> >> > On Wednesday 01 December 2004 14:40, Alexander Skwar wrote:
> >> >> Craig Bradney wrote:
> >> >> > My question is more why are you seeing this issue and I am not at all.
> >> >>
> >> >> Well, you saw the issue as well - with 6.0. You didn't see
> >> >> the issue with 5.0 on Linux, because that's not the same
> >> >> version I used - I used 5.0 on Window.s
> >> >
> >> > Err, no, I never saw the issue on Acroreader 6.0.
> >> Yes, you did :)
> > I consider a .5s time to load the fonts perfectly reasonable though.
> I don't - especially since other PDF forms don't show this behaviour.
> >> > That would
> >> > be very strange if the PDF size and location of fonts within it were the
> >> > issue. You should see a speedup if its smaller, only logical.
> >> That's what I supposed as well.
> > Tried the vector version?
> Hm? You mean, when I select "yes" in Settings -> Fonts?
> Ugly and slow as hell:
> Also pdfopt doesn't make that much better:
I have no problems with these 2 documents here. Fonts look fine both
with acroread plugin and standalone (Acroread 5.09 Linux). And
documents both load very fast (text drawn first, then table borders).
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