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Seem to have the same result :(

I wonder if I just have to ditch metropolis?

On Mon, 2021-05-17 at 15:39 +1000, Michael D. Setzer II wrote:
On 16 May 2021 at 18:27, Daffy Duck wrote:

Subject:              [libreoffice-users] Libreoffice impress 
presentation - metropolis - exported as PDF, doesn't 
display correctly on some devices
From:                 Daffy Duck <>
Date sent:            Sun, 16 May 2021 18:27:18 -0500

I made a presentation with impress, used Metropolis theme.

I then exported it as PDF.

The problem is, some, when opening on such things as iphones, get the
text cut off, like the top part of the text is not showing, etc.

Others, until they turn the phone sideways, it doesn't display the text

How do I make sure the text looks correct for all, or at least most,
users on different devices?

Note an expert, but something you might try.
Open file, and go to File/Properties/Fonts
There are two check boxes for embedding fonts.
Don't know if either or both would make a difference.
Might be some font that you used isn't included on these 
devices and they are using a different font that throws 
everything off?
Not sure why this isn't listed under the PDF options as a 
Had a spreadsheet I exported that had this issue with 
some fonts, and believe this fixed it? But it was long ago..
Worth a try. Worst thing, it makes no difference. File will 
be bigger since fonts will be included. 

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