I think there is not a great deal you can do about this.
If you view your pdf file at maximum zoom in you will see that there is nothing really wrong with it.
It is really just a question of pdf’s lousy preview at 100% zoom.
What a wonderful bird is the pelican.
His beak can hold more than his belly can.
He can hold in his beak
What he eats in a week
and I don’t understand how the hell ’e can.
Hi Steve and thank you for your anver.
I know that nothing´s really wrong with the file
and that is not the issue in this case.
It´s kind of important that the pdf I show my customer looks good
if you know what I mean =)
I know and you know :-)
People have complained about pdf’s preview before, especially with type where lower case sans serif ls get fat (like yours do).
As far as I know the problem hasn’t been resolved unless there’s a new version of Acrobat out there that I haven’t heard of.
Thank you very much for taking time to answer my question!
Have a nice day. =)
There is a preference in Acrobat to enhance thin lines (under page display) try turning that off if it's on, that might help. Also, fonts display much better if your type is not outlined.
If I don´t outline the text at least the font display correctly.
Thank you Luke! =)
In addition to what Steve and you yourself and Luke said, why not tell the customer to zoom in to see how it really is?
En vän med näbbsäck.
Yes thats possible BUT not recomendable if you have a presentation
with 40 pages. As a graphic designer you certainly like your stuff to
look good in every angle, thanks anyway =)
And another problem is that the Acrobat Enhance Thin Lines is a user preference.