Adobe Reader not WYSIWYG
christoph.bier at web.de
Mon Oct 31 12:01:58 UTC 2005
LinuxMurah.com schrieb am 31.10.2005 09:58:
> dear friends,
> I have Adobe Reader installed on my HOARY and work perfectly. I love
> it rather than poor XPDF. today when I read tuxmagazine
> (www.tuxmagazine.com) using Adobe Reader I'm so impress. but when I
> try to print some pages, the trouble comes.
> The font of some text on the paper doesn't look same with text that I
> read on monitor and it looks so ugly. few letter stick together. I
> think I have problem with font not with Adobe Reader but I dont have
> any idea.
Sounds like not all fonts are embedded---but they should be. Even if
you don't like xpdf (I prefer it) you can use pdffonts that ships
with xpdf to see which fonts are used and embedded (or not).
+++ Typografie-Regeln: http://www.zvisionwelt.de/typokurz.pdf (1.4)
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