Re: acroread and anti-aliased text
Eric G. Miller wrote:
>On Tue, Dec 10, 2002 at 08:59:43PM -0600, Gary Turner wrote:
>> Alan Shutko wrote:
>> >Gary Turner <email@example.com> writes:
>> >True, but the problem with (naively created) TeX documents is that
>> >dvips traditionally puts bitmapped fonts into its ps files (as PS Type
>> >3 fonts).
>> Certainly a naif here. What is the more sophisticated approach?
>I've had good luck with dvipdfm. Understands hyperref, no messy
>conversions of eps files (use graphicx), no pdflatex headaches...
Looking at the man page on this is encouraging. It does, however, throw
a spotlight onto my vast ignorance. Can you suggest a default set of
arguments for the '-f' option? (the equivalent of Computer Modern?) If
I read the man right, this option should do the job of putting some
type1 fonts into the pdf file.
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it's what you do know that ain't so.--unk