[pdftex] includepdf, includegraphics and bad quality

matteo.vicini matteo.vicini at cheapnet.it
Mon Oct 19 12:14:45 CEST 2009

I'm using the last MikTex package. Anyway, the strange is: since I open 
the PDF within Firefox everything strated working fine also with Acrobat 
Reader in standalone mode...

Thanks   Matteo

Ulrike Fischer ha scritto:
> Am Sat, 17 Oct 2009 17:01:36 +0200 schrieb matteo.vicini:
>> I write you because I didn't find a solution to my problem with pdfpages 
>> so I'd like to have your opinion. This is the fact: I've got two 
>> different documents, one is only one page long and is compiled with 
>> pdflatex, it includes text and an image, the second one is a book also 
>> compiled with pdflatex in which I put the first document with 
>> \pdfinclude command, if the first document has NO image the result in 
>> the final one is perfect, otherwise the first document looks good by 
>> itself but looks very bad in the book! It means that it seems to have 
>> all in bold font and everything is shelled, I don't know how to solve. 
>> If you need I can send you the tex document and the generated pdfs, the 
>> same problem occours if I use \includegraphics command instead of 
>> \includepdf.
> What sort of images are involved? And which version of pdftex are
> you using?
> I have a vage recollection that some images with transparencies or
> some alpha-channel settings could have side effects. But I thought
> that the problem no longer exists with a current pdftex. 

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