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On Fri, 2011-05-20 at 00:26 -0400, Marc Paré wrote: 
Le 2011-05-19 21:14, drew a écrit :
On Thu, 2011-05-19 at 12:51 -0400, Marc Paré wrote:
Hi Tim, Drew et al:


Weird, I am still getting an error message: "Une erreur est survenue
lors du traitement d'une page. ColorSpace incorrect." yet all of the
other .pdf files that I have still open with no problems.

New upload with all the changes - this pdf generated from LO 3.4 RC1

Anyway, it loads with Okular.

Only difference is that with the last pdf (one before this) I changed
export options to PDF/A - 1a.

Still strange that I can't open it. Could you send me the ODF file and 
I'll try to .pdf it on my system? I would like to see if I can find the 
problem. All other files open properly in Acrobat reader.

Re: pamphlet:

Thanks for the changes.

p. 2 panel 3

Does it look like there should be more space between "Mac OS X" and the 
NA globe? Or is the "Mac OS X" a different size from the upper lines? It 
looks like the "OS X" is larger. Anyway, it just looks like there should 
be more space between this and the globe. You would also have to balance 
this out with the space between the lower half of the globe and the 
trademark notice. What do you think? Reduce the scatter and add more 
space around the globe?

I think you are are assuming that the globe is staying on the bottom - I
much  prefer it on top. Then again I'm not going to sweat it either.



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