On Tue, 2003-08-12 at 14:38, Gary Hennigan wrote: > Greg Folkert <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > > On Tue, 2003-08-12 at 13:17, Vincent Lefevre wrote: > >> On Tue, Aug 12, 2003 at 13:10:21 -0400, MJM wrote: > >> > If anyone else has ghostview vs xpdf vs acrobat vs ??? stories or > >> > comments I'd like to read them. > >> > >> I use xpdf on my PPC laptop since gv renders some PDF documents > >> very badly and acrobat doesn't exist here. > > > > Begging to differ with you: > > > > duke:~# apt-cache policy acroread > > acroread: > > Installed: 5.07-woody0.0 > > Candidate: 5.07-woody0.0 > > Version Table: > > *** 5.07-woody0.0 0 > > 500 http://marillat.free.fr testing/main Packages > > 500 http://marillat.free.fr unstable/main Packages > > 100 /var/lib/dpkg/status > > > > Not that it is as current as I'd like (v6) but it'll have to do. All the > > other renderers crap out on most things some things that are simple. > > Acroread doesn't play nice with FontConfig... so it is a bit choppy at > > times. > > He says right there that has a PowerPC laptop, not an i386-based > system. Unless I'm mistaken you've provided a site that has i386 > Debian software, NOT PPC. MR DUCKS! MRNOT DUCKS! CM EDBD WINGS? LIB MR! DUCKS! Sorry, shot my mouth... err hands off, before I engaged my brain... Wow, first mistrial EVER... WOW what an occupant. That leaf for yew. /me shoots self /me misses, then shoots Karsten M. Self -- greg, email@example.com REMEMBER ED CURRY! http://www.iwethey.org/ed_curry I see your loves in cloves.
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