On 10/30/2012 07:52 PM, avidscavenger wrote:
Thanks for the feedback.
I am currently using LibreOffice 3.6.3 from the Debian experimental
repository. I just updated from version 3.5.4 from the Debian unstable
repository to see if it would make a difference (it didn't). Debian doesn't
package the Graphite fonts so I have downloaded and installed them from
I have tried other methods for generating PDFs - both CUPS-PDF and
Print-to-file. These methods produced PDFs that looked the same but had no
text encoding - ie not searchable or text-selectable.
The printed version is perfect in every case. My concern is to generate a
PDF that both looks perfect and is searchable.
I am attaching the relevant files following Tom's instructions.
Sorry but I cannot get the results you have.
I use 3.5.7 from LO's site and the fonts are from "wherever" since I do
not know if I got them from LO or from some other source.
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