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I've got the message when I try to convert my project into pdf:

Glyph not defined in PD1 encoding, removing `\H' on input line 73.

I use MiKTeX 2.9 with TeXnicCenter 1.0.

What does input mean? My main tex file? If so:

%bookmarks=true,            % show bookmarks bar?
unicode=false,             % non-Latin characters in Acrobat’s bookmarks
pdftitle={\vikcim},        % title
pdfauthor={\vikszerzo},    % author
pdfsubject={\vikdoktipus}, % subject of the document
pdfcreator={\vikszerzo},   % creator of the document
pdfproducer={Producer},    % producer of the document
pdfkeywords={keywords},    % list of keywords
pdfnewwindow=true,         % links in new window
colorlinks=true,           % false: boxed links; true: colored links
linkcolor=black,           % color of internal links
citecolor=black,           % color of links to bibliography
    filecolor=black,           % color of file links
    urlcolor=black             % color of external links
}% this is line 73



My usepackages:

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Please, make a minimal example that produces the problem (and remove all packages that are not essential for it). – egreg Apr 24 '12 at 16:59
up vote 7 down vote accepted

PD1 encoding is used by hyperref for bookmark text. So it seems hungarian accents will not appear in you bookmarks.

What I don't understand is that you are using \usepackage[unicode]{hyperref} which should get things right by using PU encoding for bookmarks, but later you turn unicode bookmarks off again with

  unicode=false,             % non-Latin characters in Acrobat’s bookmarks

What's the reason for this?

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I use a sample project where there was unicode=false and I got that message. I added [unicode] because I read that it will help on my message and I did not realize that I also did the contrary. Well obviously it didn't help. But the error message disappeared now that I deleted unicode=false. Thanks! – imzs Apr 24 '12 at 16:11
@imzs Usually, when you accept an answer, you also upvote it ;-) – Stephan Lehmke Apr 24 '12 at 16:21
Well, I tried, but It tells: Please login or register to vote for this post. (click on this box to dismiss) Oh yeah, and I AM logged in. When I first used stackexchange there wasn even a need for registrarion.... – imzs Apr 24 '12 at 17:25
@imzs No offence meant. It seems there are sometimes problems with logins... – Stephan Lehmke Apr 24 '12 at 20:54

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