[XeTeX] Embedding of fonts from included graphics
bvoisin at mac.com
Thu Jun 1 17:59:00 CEST 2006
Le 1 juin 06 à 15:57, William Adams a écrit :
> Even after pushing them to a second page with:
> %document specific macro
> This is a test
> I still get the labels okay in Acrobat Professional 7 with all 3 .pdf
%!TEX TS-program = xelatex
%!TEX encoding = UTF-8 Unicode
and look at the result in Reader or Acrobat Professional 7: empty boxes!
Now comment out the line containing the word "off": no more boxes! Or
replace obstboth6 by obstboth5: no more boxes either!
The problem seems to be triggered by the combination of 3 factors:
- inclusion of the PDF file obstboth6.pdf, converted from EPS using
GhostScript (as opposed to Apple's Distiller);
- presence of the exact word "off" before the inclusion of the PDF file;
- viewing of XeTeX's PDF output in Reader or Acrobat 7.
Does this mean "off" is incorporated without some form of protection
inside the PDF stream, and interpreted as a PDF "keyword" by the
viewer (if that is indeed the appropriate term)?
In any case, and if that is reproducible on your setup, then that
sounds like a bug, from either XeTeX, GhostScript or Acrobat.
And then: why is it always me, that is faced with such things?
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