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Re: Use -b together with -dgs-never-embed-fonts (issue 325630043 by addr

From: pkx166h
Subject: Re: Use -b together with -dgs-never-embed-fonts (issue 325630043 by address@hidden)
Date: Tue, 26 Sep 2017 23:59:25 -0700

On 2017/09/27 04:55:31, wrote:
> Somehow, concisely say "get-rid-of-anything-extra" versus
> "keep-everything-that-comes?"
> --min-fonts and --max-fonts
> --compress-fonts and --expand-fonts

I would rather prefer --compress-fonts and --no-compress-fonts.  This
is easier to remember (and rather common in GNU packages).

> --drop-fonts and --keep-fonts
> --trim-fonts and --leave-fonts
> --compact-fonts and --full-fonts
> --few-fonts and --all-fonts

--optimize-fonts and --no-optimize-fonts


Werner beat me to it.

--optimize-fonts for me too please.

Although from a casual user's point of view why would I NOT want to
'optimize' [anything]?

I.e why wouldn't this be the [silent] default (i.e. no switch required)
and we just have the '--no-optimize-fonts' option available. I am
assuming it might be a time-taken-to-process-the-PDF thing (I do
apologise for not really being able to follow the thread here). Anyway,
I don't need any justification or explanation. I just came by to '+1'
Werner's suggestion really.


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