[OS X TeX] TeXShop/PdfTeX output resolution at 2400 dpi

Josep M.Font pepf54 at tiscali.es
Fri Jun 24 22:31:38 CEST 2005

El 24 jun 2005, a las 21:14, Axel E. Retif escribió:

> El 6/24/05 8:11 AM, "Herbert Schulz" <herbs at wideopenwest.com> escribió:
>> On Jun 24, 2005, at 7:54 AM, ITS Mail wrote:
>>> Hello all,
>>> I need to make sure that the resolution of my final PDF is at least
>>> 2400 dpi to send to a printing house. What is the best way to check 
>>> and
>>> customise this using TeXShop/teTeX? I have not been able to find an
>>> answer to this browsing the web, and I would really appreciate your
>>> advice before meddling with any configuration files. I am using 
>>> PdfTeX
>>> as TeXShop's default.
>> If you're talking about fonts you shouldn't have any problems since
>> the standard fonts used now are Postscript Type 1 which are not bit
>> mapped so they look good at any resolution.
> And for PK fonts [...]

A related question: If I am using the standard GW TeX distribution 
along with TeXShop, and not using any font-related package --or using 
"mathpazo" together with "courier" and "helvet"--, how do I know which 
kind of fonts I am using ?


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