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accepted tex4ht scrambles some Matlab code when using mcode package
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asked tex4ht scrambles some Matlab code when using mcode package
Dec
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accepted why pdfcrop --xetex deletes all content of pdf file? TL 2015
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asked why pdfcrop --xetex deletes all content of pdf file? TL 2015
Dec
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accepted TexStudio pdf viewer do not show same content as actual PDF. Font issue?
Dec
24
revised TexStudio pdf viewer do not show same content as actual PDF. Font issue?
added pdfinfo
Dec
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comment TexStudio pdf viewer do not show same content as actual PDF. Font issue?
@cfr, thanks for the info. But how does one find if the pdf file (in this example, it will be the a.pdf file, the file I am including as image) has non-embedded fonts in it? The page I am including came from a pdf file send to use from the instructor. I am just including one page from that file, after I cropped it using pdfcrop. This is nightmare if one has to also make sure fonts are supposed to be inside pdf file or not. I assumed this is all taken care of when the pdf files are created.
Dec
24
revised TexStudio pdf viewer do not show same content as actual PDF. Font issue?
added pdfinfo output
Dec
24
asked TexStudio pdf viewer do not show same content as actual PDF. Font issue?
Dec
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Dec
20
accepted On pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts, microtype package
Dec
20
comment On pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts, microtype package
@JosephWright thanks. I use MikTeX package manager, and yes, it was not installed. Installed cm-super and now the error went away. I think Miktex should installed cm-super by default just like TL in this case.
Dec
20
revised On pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts, microtype package
showed installed cm-super, resolved issue
Dec
20
revised On pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts, microtype package
updated more console outputs
Dec
20
comment On pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts, microtype package
@cfr when omitting microtype but still use T1, and also load lmodern, it works as mentioned above. As far what it uses, I will now post the console output for this case as well so you can see. I am not really familiar with fonts and what to look for. May be you can spot now the issue.
Dec
20
revised On pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts, microtype package
added console output
Dec
20
comment On pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts, microtype package
Ok, I will put the full output on the console at the end of my question in this case now.
Dec
20
comment On pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts, microtype package
Thanks. How does one check if cm-super is there/used or not? I did full installation of MikTex on windows. Also did full update about 2 months ago or so. I know nothing about cm-super or where to look for it. But will google it now.
Dec
20
asked On pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts, microtype package