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Apparently Preview (and Skim and other PDF views) don't use subpixel rendering (or LCD font smoothing as Apple calls it) in 10.10 even if LCD font smoothing is enabled from System Preferences. In Preview text always looks the same way as it did in 10.9 with LCD font smoothing disabled. In Skim it depends on the AppleFontSmoothing setting, but Skim never uses ...
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Certain PDF files (dynamic XFA forms) created in Adobe LiveCycle can only be opened in Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat. When you try to open these files in an alternative PDF viewer, then you will see this error message. Unfortunately, it's not easy remove this message and modify the PDF so that it can be opened in alternative PDF viewers. The person who ...
No. As of version 4.5 of the kindle app for IOS in pdf searching is not available. As of version 1.10.7 of the kindle app for OS X in pdf searching is available.
The easiest way to do this is to just set a preset for your printer. Once you have the setting the way you want, just go to Presets, and save it, call it Duplex, and then you are set..
You might want to use and Open two instances of Preview at once. Unfortunately, Preview (like most Mac OS X applications) lets you have just one instance of a file open at a time. But there’s a way around that restriction. The open command line program accepts a parameter -n that allows it to launch the application again, even if it’s already ...
I would recommend NOT to use the Pages "Export as PDF" file, since there might be inconsistencies with Adobe PDF format. I would recommend you use the Pages- Print- PostScript. Now open that file in Preview and save as PDF.
You are oping the PDF files using the Safari PDF reader. You need the AdobePDFViewer.plugin to replace the Safari build in PDF reader. Here are the instructions how to do that. Update: Based on our discussion and your very specific needs here is a proposal. Reassign the Safari default for "Find" keyboard short cut. Open sys pref- keyboard - ...
You can make your existing PDF searchable by converting it into text file. You need for that at least Imagemagick, Ghostscript (for PDF conversion) and Tesseract OCR tool. Some command-line example: $ wget http://www.fmwconcepts.com/misc_tests/pdf_tests/test.pdf $ convert -density 300 -depth 8 test.pdf test.png $ tesseract test*.png test.txt $ grep -i ...
Actually, the best way is to use this website. Smallpdf, it is far more easier and better than other ways.
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