[Scribus] Open Source Software and Book Authors

Louis Desjardins louis.desjardins
Sat Dec 16 18:34:25 CET 2006

2006/12/16, wtb41 <wtb at hal-pc.org>:
> Yesterday Tobias Hilbricht said that he tested OpenOffice Writer's (using
> version 2.0.2, which is the version that I have) PDF Export feature with
> small caps from an expert set, and it worked perfectly. This morning I
> used
> Writer to prepare a simple one-line document containing 37 characters (A
> thru Z in small caps; 1 thru 0 as oldstyle figures; and a blank space
> between the Z and the digit 1), all from the Adobe Garamond Regular Expert
> font. I installed that font as a System Font using KDE's Font Installer.
> I typed the characters into a Writer document, and they displayed
> perfectly.
> I then used Writer's PDF export feature. The resulting PDF looks like
> this:
> The letter E is superimposed on the D; the J is superimposed on the I; the
> L
> is superimposed on the K; the S is superimposed on the R; and the letters
> U
> and V are superimposed on the T.
> If anybody would like to see the PDF, I gladly will e-mail it to you. Have
> you any idea what might be causing this mess?

Can you tell us what PDF viewer you are using?

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