[scribus] Letter salad on big printer that reads directly from usb stick
christoph-schaefer at gmx.de
Sat Mar 13 06:09:31 CET 2010
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Am Donnerstag, 11. März 2010 16:13:37 schrieb Christoph Bloch:
> hi, Scribus people
> We've made quite voluminous pdf pages (maps with bike routes and
> descriptions) that should be printed from a big, copier-like printer. The
> pictures print ok, but the texts turn out to be potato salad. I.e. they're
> from our alphabet, but not quite in the right order.
> Acrobat (linux and windows) and evince (linux) display the pdf fine
> (printing was tested from acrobat on windows only). It's just the big
> printer that likes salad and makes some for itself because we don't feed
> it any.
> I believe the pdf is version 1.4, and we used Arial as a font, (exactly in
> order to avoid problems with exotic fonts...)
> You'd find the pdf here:
>bus/Tour_01_2010_Entwurf9.pdf (around 6 mb).
> I'll play around with pdf versions and fonts, but as the problem is
> urgent, I'd be very happy to get some hints. Thank you very much.
> Have a good day
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