--- Comment #53 from Karel Volný <kvolny(a)redhat.com> 2013-06-11 11:59:02 CEST ---
(In reply to comment #52)
2 - In my 12 years of Unix experience, I did not encounter such a PDF
call yourself lucky, but some of us are getting broken PDFs every here and
there (e.g. from the government when trying to do taxes in Czech rep.)
Assuming such a file exist (I am very curious to see this PDF file.
really? - then ping me via email asking for the file
(I see no point in attaching it here)
It makes me wonder how Windows fonts can make a document look
<rant>I guess I am tortured enough at work every day by those Windows
the problem is not whether the font itself looks ugly, there are problems with
missing characters and with different character placements and sizes
note this is a problem not just with PDFs, but with almost any document created
by ignorant Windows users by their ignorant Windows tools
can one not ask the PDF creator/distributor to provide a proper PDF
I've tried, spending my time learning about PDF specifications and pointing to
exact paragraphs their software does not obey
guess what was that worth ...
Having the infinitesimal probability of accidentally installing
on my Linux box irritates me enough.
have you ever heard about blacklisting packages, e.g. by adding "exclude=..."
to yum.conf? :-)
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