On 10/30/2012 11:08 PM, Jonathan Schultz wrote:
Seems to me that you have solved your own problem: it is the
fonts. The search function can not handle the the lovely typesetting
things. As you mentioned, an "i" looks like a "hi" to it. The only real
solution is to not use any of the Graphite fonts in a PDF.
But if you want to search the PDF, have you opened it in Draw and
search for the text in it?
I can select the text in the PDF, copy and paste, but get an 'h'
added before most 'i'. I can search, but not if the word is one with
the extra h before i Steve
That's exactly what I mean. It effectively means no searching.
I tried both Linux Libertine and Linux Biolinum [14 point] on my
3.5.7 version for Ubuntu 64-bit. I cannot replicate the issue with
Were you using Graphite fonts ('Libertine G'/'Biolinum G')? Those are
the ones where the problem arises. Those are also the fonts that do
ligatures and other lovely typesetting things that make them look so
nice, which I why I want to use them.
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