I have really annoying problem.
I have a logo design which was made in illustrator.
Logo includes normal text which has been expanded. (It is outlines not text anymore).
The logo looks good in illustrator and inside indesign.
I placed the logo as a illustrator file to indesign and exported it as a PDF.
When I zoom in to the PDF the logo looks very good, but when I zoom out to the hole page view the problems begin. Otherwise the logo looks normal but all the letter Ls look bolded altought they are not.
I read in another forum that don´t convert text to graphics and it might help but it really didn´t.
Can I get rid of the wrong looking letter Ls in PDFs or is it just something I have to live with? ...I wouldn´t want to show my client a logo which acts this wierd in PDF...
(I used adobe acrobat to view the PDF.)
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This may be due to how you have your viewer configured: Go into Acrobat's Preferences, then select the "Page Display" category and change the settings within the "Rendering" group of settings. Does any of these settings - when toggled - change how the "L" is being displayed?
This will happen if you convert text to curves and your "L" is entirely sans serif (a simple pair of lines). The same for "I".
Font designers went to ENORMOUS lengths to stop this happening. Please don't convert text to curves or all their hard work is lost!