OK -- PDF 1.4 it is. I agree with supporting Acrobat V5. However, I don't see backwards compatibility concerns as much of an issue here, given the Acrobat Reader is free and pretty easy to download.
Thanks, Glen --- Jeremias Maerki <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Do you have a particular reason for this? A feature > that you need from > 1.5? Most of the people I know who are users of > Adobe Acrobat are still > with version 5 which uses PDF 1.4. Only a small > number of people have > upgraded their Acrobat Reader to version 6. Start > time of AR6 is a PITA > so I personally love to stick with v5 as long as > possible. > > One problem I see is that as soon as you state PDF > 1.5 in your PDF file > you will get warnings in Acrobat versions 5.x. That > might annoy some > people. I understand that PDF 1.3 is now outdated, > but I'd prefer to > stay with PDF 1.4 for the time being. > > On 09.10.2004 03:28:29 Glen Mazza wrote: > > Team, > > > > Which version  of the PDF spec does FOP follow? > > > Can HEAD use the most recent, version 1.5 from > August > > 2003? > > > > Thanks, > > Glen > > > >  > http://partners.adobe.com/asn/tech/pdf/specifications.jsp > > > > Jeremias Maerki > >