[Scribus] Re: Re: Fonts look bad at first with PDF plugin in browser
Wed Dec 1 18:18:12 CET 2004
? Craig Bradney wrote:
> On Wednesday 01 December 2004 16:53, Alexander Skwar 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.
> But the machine doesnt HAVE the fonts. Depending on where the fonts are
> embedded in the PDF, there may just be a slight delay.
Yes, I understand :) But why o why does it happen only with this
tiny document? I mean, we're talking about close to 200 KiB. At work,
loaded over 100 MBit/s with (sometimes) about 20 Megabinarybyte/s.
Again: Why does it not happen with other documents? This is the
*ONLY* document where I have *EVER* seen this behaviour!
That's why I consider this an issue. If other documents would
also show this behaviour, I'd agree. But they don't.
>> > Tried the vector version?
>> Hm? You mean, when I select "yes" in Settings -> Fonts?
> Export to PDF, Fonts, Subset all fonts. In cvs only.
Where's the CVS at? According to http://web2.altmuehlnet.de/fschmid/download.html
the following should've worked:
u-alexander-skwar-name at hetzner:~/stuff/Scribus/cvs$ export CVSROOT=:pserver:anoncvs at ahnews.music.salford.ac.uk:/cvs
u-alexander-skwar-name at hetzner:~/stuff/Scribus/cvs$ cvs login
Logging in to :pserver:anoncvs at ahnews.music.salford.ac.uk:2401/cvs
Fatal error, aborting.
anoncvs: no such user
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