Hi Luca We have no control over the source PDF being embedded. They are often (but not always) exported as PDF from Excel. And done by our clients, not us.
Do we have any other options? Either via fixups to FOP or bug notifications to iOS browsers (I’m gonna guess chromium). Thanks Mark From: Luca Bellonda <lbello...@gmail.com> Sent: 16 August 2022 14:47 To: email@example.com Subject: Re: Corrupt font display on iOS when using PDF-Images with merge-fonts=true [EXTERNAL] Hello the PDF is visible on Linux viewers and browsers, but the fonts are embedded as subset in both the source PDFs and as fully embedded in the final PDF with the fonts merged. The name of the font in the source pdf for example is BCDEEE+Calibri-Bold, compatible with embedded subsets (6 chars and a plus sign). The name of the font in the merged file is Calibri-Bold, which should identify it as fully embedded. I guess the wrong viewer is not able to deal with the character decoding, thinking to use a fully embedded font. Please, try generating the source PDFs embedding the whole fonts and not a subset. lb Il giorno mar 16 ago 2022 alle ore 13:13 Mark Gibson <mark.gib...@staff.bluematrix.com<mailto:mark.gib...@staff.bluematrix.com>> ha scritto: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FOP-3089 Viewing in Windows browsers is fine Viewing in iOS browsers is corrupt Viewing in Adobe app on iOS and windows is fine Apologies, no access to Linux devices to test viewing Same issue occurs when running FOP 2.7 on Linux (CentOS) and Windows (10)