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[Swftools-common] Fw: Issues with embedded fonts when converting PDF to

From: Lists
Subject: [Swftools-common] Fw: Issues with embedded fonts when converting PDF to SWF (500 USD reward)
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2014 17:32:49 +0000

Err.. Das ist ein Megaerfolg, Jason! ;o)

First mistake:

Nil points ( and no dosh ) for forwarding your message to me,
personally, as an unmarked Off-List, rather than sending it to
the list address!!

As you can see, I've taken the trouble of forwarding it.

Second mistake:

Incidentally, I not only need convincing, I happen to believe you are incorrect 
in your assumption  );o)

Third mistake:

Ich bin abgebrannt!!

und se weite, und se weite... ;o)



Begin forwarded message:

Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2014 10:12:42 -0700
From: Jason Rickabaugh <address@hidden>
To: Lists <address@hidden>
Subject: Re: [Swftools-common] Issues with embedded fonts when
converting PDF to SWF (500 USD reward)

You're using the wrong font?  Just because the font name matches the
document in the font store does not mean it is the correct font. Verify
that the fonts store swftools is point to contains the correct font.
Try downloading a different version of the font.

paypal please :)

On Tue, Jan 14, 2014 at 9:53 AM, Lists <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hallo Micael,
> I converted cid-fonts.pdf with the pdf command string you
> stated:
>     pdf2swf -T 9 -G -f -vvv cid-fonts.pdf -o 1.swf
> I can see no corruption there whatsoever.
> I also executed pdfstrings on the resulting swf, using,
>    swfstrings -f 1.swf ( > outputfile )
> Examining the output file, again I see no corruption there
> either. In fact the only 'unicode crap' - as you so succinctly
> put it ;o) - I did see was that in the font names themselves
> due to nano's failure to display certain elements of the German
> character set correctly.
> I've attached both files for you perusal, 1.swf and outputfile.
> The latter has been exported as a pdf so as to aviod any issues
> you may have displaying a standard text file.  See what you think.
> Perhaps you'd care to provide a little more information about
> the system and software you are using?  May help.
> mfg,
> Chris.
> PS Hans, there is nothing wrong that I can see with using -vvv!!
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