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Generally Reader users have no experience with Tex nor with creating pdf files. People in the Acrobat forum are better able to help since they create pdf files. However, since you are not using Acrobat they may or may not wish to help.
I did as you suggested. The repost is in the "PDF language" forum, and we have an indication that the pdf file might be ambiguous as to the choice of a transparency blending space:
However, in the meantime, I noticed that this issue is not (or hardly) noticeable if the file is opened as the first file in the session. However, as soon as one file (the same or another one) has been opened (and possibly closed - does not matter as long as the Reader stays open) and the file in question is loaded by any means (drag&drop, File-Open, Explorer double-click), it becomes really ugly. I guess this is why many people in the discussion boards have a hard time reproducing this issue, leading to the assumption that it is very system specific. I assume it is quite general.
In any case, if a file looks differently depending on whether another file has been open before, this is DEFINITELY a thing to look into for the Reader guys, wouldn't you say?
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