Re: acroread and anti-aliased text
antialiasing (smoothing) can be turned on and off in the settings in acroread,
have you looked there?
At 04:51 PM 12/10/02 -0600, Gary Turner wrote:
>Alan Shutko wrote:
>>Brian Stults <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>>> I'm using gs 7.05. Some examples of what I described are here:
>>The problem is definitely that the fonts were converted to type 3
>>(you can see by going to File->Document Properties->Fonts).
>>Why this happened, I'm not sure. It looks from the OO PS output that
>>it's converting a TTF to Postscript, which is a bad move for
>>converting to PDF.[...]
>>Your best bet would be to avoid TTF fonts for now, until/unless OO
>>gets better handling.
>Not sure that's the only cause. Documents created by LaTeX and
>converted to PDF have the same problem. They look great in gv and xpdf,
>and look like crap in Acrobat (in Win). The PDF docs print nicely from
>Is it perhaps more related to gs? My ignorance of fonts is legendary,
>so where do we go from here?
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