[NTG-context] printing problem

Alan Bowen acbowen at princeton.edu
Tue Mar 6 18:42:11 CET 2007


Hans—

The problem appears to be the Bonum font from the TeX Gyre  
distribution. If I change the font to GFSDidot, all is well.

Too bad—Bonum is a good font, I think, for papers that are to be  
presented by reading.

Alan


On Mar 6, 2007, at 10:30 AM, Alan Bowen wrote:

> On Mar 6, 2007, at 8:00 AM, Hans Hagen wrote:
>
>> Alan Bowen wrote:
>>> I have a 24 page PDF file produced using ConTeXt  ver: 2007.02.21
>>> 11:55 MKII and the latest TeXShop. I can only print pp. 1-3 of this
>>> file with TeXShop. Acrobat Pro, however, has no trouble printing the
>>> entire file (mercifully�this paper is for a conference for which I
>>> leave tomorrow) and TeXShop has no problem with my other files, some
>>> of which are quite long.
>>>
>>> So I do I figure out what the problem is? It seems to be with the
>>> file, but I have no idea what. The encoding is hardly weird or
>>> unusual.
>>>
>>> Though I can print the thing, the problem is still somewhat  
>>> pressing.
>>> I sent the file to two people who usually have no difficulty with my
>>> PDFs. But this time one could not open the file�it was reported as
>>> damaged.
>>>
>> hm, can you preflight the document?
>>
>> also, take the latest pdftex since there has been font bugs recently
>>
>> Hans
>
> Hans—
>
> I am not sure what you mean but I am now against the wall. I
> continued to edit the document and now the PDF is not printable (past
> page 3) at all—Acrobat Pro 8, TeXShop, PDFView are all stymied.
>
> How do I preflight the document  and where is the latest pdftex? (Is
> it not in the latest ConTeXt?)
>
> Alan
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