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Re: Graphics Digest - 02/05/03

From: David Burney <dburney-AT-mac.com>
Date: 06 Feb 2003 14:18:25 UTC   (08:18:25 AM in author's locale)
To: "The Graphics List" <graphics-AT-lists.graphicslist.org>
Actually there is a preference in Reader to "smooth line art". By
default only "smooth text" and "smooth graphics" are checked. You can
find this under your display settings in the Reader preferences. It
makes a huge difference and I typically recommend that anyone viewing
my PDFs turn this option on. (Note - this is for the Mac version, I'm
not sure if it is in the PC version or not, but I would hope it is
available to PC users as well).

David Burney
On Wednesday, February 5, 2003, at 07:00 PM, The Graphics List wrote:

> * I find Fontographer a most useful utility when making PDF
> presentations, since Acrobat renders type beautifully (with judicious
> anti-aliasing), but other vector graphics render much more crudely
> (without anti-aliasing). I always put things like logos, along with
> other similar graphics, into a font and embed this into the PDF, as
> this hugely improves the look of these elements on screen (especially
> if you're trying to sell the said logo(s) to a client!).


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