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founder:
I had just to change my notebook, because old was not to repair and I have to wait maybe some weeks for spare parts.

My old notebook was Windows 7 64 Bit
My new notebook is Windows 8

I used the same installation file for Scribus 1.4.2

Now I just saved first time with the new notebook and wondered, that the PDF is 128 kb shorter.

I found out, that the difference is at embed fonts.

At the Export as PDF, Fonts, I can not select fonts to embed, only to outline

How can I embed the fonts?

utnik:
hi founder

control the settings under: 'file' → 'document setup' → 'fonts' (the box 'embed in postscript' for the fonts in question should be checked…)

utnik

founder:

--- Quote from: utnik on June 27, 2013, 06:28:06 pm ---hi founder

control the settings under: 'file' → 'document setup' → 'fonts' (the box 'embed in postscript' for the fonts in question should be checked…)

utnik

--- End quote ---

Now I had before export PDF 4 fonts to be embedded.

I just downloaded an PDF analyzer
http://www.softpedia.com/dyn-postdownload.php?p=11211&t=0&i=1

Despite, the box at export PDF - fonts, showed 4 fonts to embed,
the PDF analyzer showed only 2.

At the last PDF created with the old notebook, PDF analyzer showed 4 fonts embeded

utnik:
hi founder

* is it the same .sla file as on the old win 7 machine?
* are all this fonts really used in the file?
* is the 'embed…' box checked for all four fonts?all i can do without the related files is guess work…
btw: you don't need a separate .pdf analyzer to see wich fonts are embedded – 'ctrl' + 'd' (mac: '⌘' + 'd') in adobe reader works as well…

utnik

founder:

--- Quote from: utnik on June 27, 2013, 07:36:50 pm ---hi founder

* is it the same .sla file as on the old win 7 machine?
* are all this fonts really used in the file?
* is the 'embed…' box checked for all four fonts?all i can do without the related files is guess work…
btw: you don't need a separate .pdf analyzer to see wich fonts are embedded – 'ctrl' + 'd' (mac: '⌘' + 'd') in adobe reader works as well…

utnik

--- End quote ---

1.) Some text little bit changed
2.) Both not embedded files are really used
3.) All the font files used are checked

Tried this ctrl-d in Acrobat Reader

ArialRoundedMTBold
Swiss721BT-BlackCondensed

are embedded in the new version.

In the older version also embedded:

ArialBlack
ComicSansMS

and some fonts, I have never seen before

Fo1SO
Fo2SO
Fo6SO
Fo7SO

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