Re: ps2pdf: font problem

On Wed, 12 Oct 2011 23:25:55 +0200, Stanisław Findeisen wrote:

I am having a PostScript (.ps) document that I am trying to convert to
PDF. I am using ps2pdf for that, but the result looks bad: some glyphs
are smaller than others, etc.

What fonts are used in the original PS file? And what fonts are listed in
the resulting PDF? Are both the same?

How to fix this?

Maybe is just a matter of adjusting the quality options for the resulting
PDF file. You can get some tips from here:



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