Adobe Reader 8.x squases fonts of about 90% of the PDFs I tested, no matter whether they were created with Distiller, Quartz or OpenOffice. Also, font antialiasing seems borked for most fonts. The same applies to the Windows installations I tried out, so it seems to be an issue with the font render engine in Adobe Reader in general.
I definitely hope those issues will be addressed in the next version of Adobe Reader. Most of my contacts use it, and I donât feel like explaining to them that the product sheet I just sent them doesnât look shitty, itâs Adobe Reader.
Adobe Reader 7.x rendered those PDFs fine, I should mention.
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