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accepted How can I render a large number of tables in succession?
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answered Why does my PDF render differently in Windows and Linux?
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comment Why does my PDF render differently in Windows and Linux?
I have tried compiling with pdflatex and xelatex. I have amended my question I think it might be a reader issue
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comment Why does my PDF render differently in Windows and Linux?
There is only a single PDF file. These are the fonts that are embedded dl.dropbox.com/u/12337149/code/embedded.png the list is the same on both operating systems
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comment Why does my PDF render differently in Windows and Linux?
I made an edit to the original question to reflect how the rendering is being done. In both cases the same PDF is produced by scribtex.com. I have added the packages and the rendering unfortunately still looks ordinary on Windows. Funnily enough it looks fantastic in Windows/Chrome.
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