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- Subject: Re: Lua pdf documentation
- From: Reuben Thomas <rrt@<a href="/cgi-bin/echo.cgi?mupsych.org">...</a>>
- Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2002 12:25:45 +0000 (GMT)
> For the record, I generated the PS file for the manual with "dvips -Pcmz".
> I understand that this will use outline fonts instead of the default bitmap
> fonts (I'm not sure about Type 1 or 3.). Then I generated the PDF with a plain
> ps2pdf. Perhaps this last step was done in machine with an old version of gs,
> one that used Type 3 fonts, I'm not sure. I usually use Adobe Distiller for
> this but since it was for a work version, I was lazy to go to a Windows machine.
> Perhaps the PDF for Lua 4.0 looks better than the one for 4.1w4 as it was
> generated with Distiller. I'd like to know about this and also how else I could
> improve the PDF generation. Thanks.
The easiest way, I find, is to use the LY1 encoding (support files from
yandy.com) and pslatex, so that the standard (Times, Helvetica, Courier)
fonts are used with the standard (Adobe) encoding.
This results not only in nicer-looking PDF files, but much smaller ones,
since the fonts don't have to be embedded.
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