# Text appearing bold below images on some pages with JPG images [closed]

The previous question got closed due to being a duplicate but I don't believe the problem is the same as before. I have tried all solutions posted with no result. All the images are JPG format with CMKY colorspace. I have tried multiple PDF viewers (nitroPDF, PDF reader on Ipad), tried printing the document and the text is still appearing bold.

For some reason, all the text on certain pages is appearing bold when there is a picture on the same page. I saw the other similar questions and tried converting the images firstly to PNGs with no transparency but that didn't fix it. I then tried converting them to JPEGs which didn't work either. Finally I converted them to EPS which also didn't fix the issue.

I am using Lyx and Xetex. I am viewing the file using Adobe Reader 10 on Windows 7. Below is an example of one the pages which comes out bold:

\begin{figure}
\noindent \centering{}\includegraphics[width=330pt]
{ReportImg/projectedmarkermodel}
\caption{Example showing the projected marker corners based around the marker with ID 0\label
{fig:Example-showing-the} }
\end{figure}

\subsubsection{Objective function}

We first needed to define the new objective function to minimise.
The objective function will...


The whole page comes out bold. I tried printing the page as well, it appears bold when printed. On some pages only the text below the image

The only thing I can think of at the moment is the fact that I am using a custom font fakebold. I don't know how this would affect it though.

Something else to note is that not every page has the problem. It only happens if there is an image on the page but some pages with images are not all bold. One of the pages infact is bold for a few lines after the image but normal afterwards till the end of the page.

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in the second paragraph, does something "nonstandard" happen after "frame-rate"? for example, is "frame-rate" highlighted in some way (e.g. in bold) that is then turned off? in other words, does something change in that spot that might give a hint about what to look for to someone who has enough knowledge to investigate the pdf code? (all questions on this general topic have pdf and often acrobat reader in common. it does not appear to be directly a tex problem.) – barbara beeton Jun 18 '12 at 21:11
Yes, The frame-rate is set as bold manually. I actually managed to sort of fix this problem now by Bolding the first character underneath each image so that the rest of the text would appear normal. It's a very big hack fix though and I am still trying to figure out how to fix it properly. – Jkh2 Jun 18 '12 at 21:23
Do you get "LaTeX Font Warning: Font shape <xyz> undefined, using <zxy> instead" kind of errors in your xelatex log? If so, can you post them? – TeXter Jun 20 '12 at 4:52
I don't think it will be possible to answer this question without some more information: We need 1) A full, compilable minimal working example 2) probably the image file(s) and 3) it'd be good if you could upload a faulty pdf somewhere for us to check if we can even see the same problem. – doncherry Aug 23 '12 at 12:56

## closed as too localized by lockstep, zeroth, Marco Daniel, Claudio Fiandrino, Joseph Wright♦Sep 22 '12 at 19:25

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