[Scribus] PDF Error - Error (227233): Illegal digit in hex char in name
Tue Nov 8 15:15:38 CET 2005
On Tuesday 08 November 2005 05:34, Calum Polwart wrote:
> For some time now I've been struggling with Scribus generated PDF's
> on a
> specific project I undertake.
> Other PDFs seem fine - just this one project. I think I find the
> bug and all goes well for a few days only to get a new bug. Some
> of the 'bugs' I find have been PNG Images, TIFF Images, SVG
> Graphics, Fonts - Especially the default font (Konochi I think it
> was) - which wasn't actually used anywhere but was listed in the
> Text Box as the font for the box, but then a style applied a proper
> I built a whole nex document from scratch test printing PDFs as I
> added new features and it worked fine till I added TIFF images -
> but I think there may be a whole issue with TIFFs on my machine as
> nothing will print them! But then I start on the proper document
> and it all goes wrong.
> Anyway enough ranting.
> *Scribus Version - 1.3.1 (not CVS)
> Linux Version - Fedora Core 3 - on nightly Yum Update
> Here's the interestign bit - Acrobat 7 opens the documents fine and
> they look fine on screen but usually will either fail to print
> altogether or fail after page 1.
> Acrobat 4 (god that was hard to find!!) opens and they look fine
> but printing puts squares in place of lots of characters.
> XPDF - opens and prints fine!! However if I run xpdf from a
> command prompt it gives the following error message:
> Error (227227): Illegal digit in hex char in name
> Error (227233): Illegal digit in hex char in name
> etc etc...
> Every time you move page you create more of these...
> Anyone any thoughts? Where should I begin debugging? My guess
> would be that maybe the name of a frame or something (?based on an
> inserted file) is wrong/illegal - but how do i find it so that I
> know what to rename?
> PDF File is uplaoded to
> Any help appreciated...
I have had a look at this file.
It prints fine from KPDF from 3.4.3 and Acrobat 5.0.5 under windows.
When I print from acroreader 7 linux, the very latest Ghostscript 8.53
is choking on the generated PS from it. I have not tested on Acro
reader 7.05 on windows. This not the first time I have seen this kind
of error from Acro 7 however when printing to an inkjet printer which
uses CUPS and pstoraster to convert the PS for the inkjet printer.
I doubt it is anything in the PDF itself.
Acro reader 4.05 is horribly broken on Linux 5.0.10 has some bugs but
printing is not one of them.
Hope that helps,
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