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Re: More, but little, PDF bugs

From: Amelie Zapf
Subject: Re: More, but little, PDF bugs
Date: Wed, 29 Aug 2001 16:37:01 +0200

Hi Mats,

that's right. To get good output with the ecpfb fonts, you have to use T1

However, just compiling the score with -Ppdf without Maarten's fonts
(-ulilypond) gives fairly good results, too, providing that a recent ghostscript
version is used. Both options in conjunction interfere with each other.

Just to set things straight.


 Am Mit, 29 Aug 2001 schrieben Sie:
> > Hi all (& Mats, especially),
> > 
> > The update of ghostscript worked (so did the use of Type1 fonts). And yet 
> > and
> > still, when using -Ppdf and -ulilypond in conjunction, note heads on ledger
> > lines get shifted away from their stems. When using Peter Szabo's tt2001 
> > font
> > family, however, this problem can be remedied using -ulilypond -uecpfb.
> Obviously I didn't look carefully enough at the output.
> You shouldn't need the tt2001 font (in fact it doesn't include
> the Computer Modern fonts with the default OT encoding, only
> the T1 encoded version, as far as I know). The problem is 
> probably some of the other directives in the config.pdf file.
> You could try to make a copy of the file pointed at by
> kpsewhich -format='dvips config' config.pdf
> Put the copy in your working directory and try to comment
> out different lines in the file. I would for example try
> to comment out the "h" line to see if it helps.
> (Sorry, I hardly have any possibility to experiment with this
> myself this week).
>   /Mats

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