[scribus] OK: Page number artefacts on browser display (firefox)
dougray at cpan.org
Thu Oct 29 15:39:39 UTC 2015
Workaround was to add a couple of new master pages for
the early unnumbered pages, removing the textframe for
the page number.
Document setup -> sections -> un-checking the visibility
of numbering should be sufficient. It isn't.
Firefox was idiosyncratic to display whatever garbage
it found there. Equally, Scribus shouldn't be leaving
whatever garbage it left in the PDF export.
Thanks to Gregory.
On 28/10/15 10:58 PM, Gregory Pittman wrote:
> On 10/28/2015 05:37 AM, Douglas Ray wrote:
>> My website is stuffed and I seek a quick workaround.
>> I have a CMYK book, early pages unnumbered, the rest of the
>> pages numbered.
>> When I view the PDF export through firefox, I get a funny
>> glyph on the 'unnumbered' pages, where a page number would be.
>> (looks like an uppercase U with a grave accent)
>> This happens whether I've used a RGB export for web (PDF 1.3)
>> or the CMYK export for printer (PDF/X-3).
>> The symbol is not visible in any of my ordinary PDF displays.
>> Also it doesn't happen when I view the same file with Safari.
>> Only when I link to it in a web page on firefox; i haven't
>> tried chrome or IE.
>> Does anyone recognise this?
>> Is there a workaround to prevent this?
> Have you looked at it with Adobe Reader outside of Firefox?
> The other thing to do is to go back to Scribus to see if there is
> anything at all in the place where this item appears on those pages,
> even some empty frame.
> If you find nothing in Adobe Reader and nothing in Scribus, this is some
> display issue with Firefox.
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