I am afraid that I have not had such problems that I have had to check
the codes. There was, however, a discussion on this topic a few days
ago on the list. Someone had checked out some codes that seemed to
work here and not there, etc. (Windoze, Mac, UNIX and LInux).
Sorry not to be able to be of more help. You could e-mail me a couple
of files directly, if you want me to check them out for you. I am
getting rather curious about these problems. Mind the size limit of
G-mail attachments though, 5MB IIRC. And/or give me a fuller
description of the problem.
2008/12/28 Jack DeLand <jdeland1 at comcast.net>:
> Thank you, Bodvar. Could you post an example of syntax that you know works
> under Linux?
> Bodvar Bjorgvinsson wrote:
>> Does not this depend very much on what you want to include in the
>> PDFs? Regular PDFs are no pain. I regularly pdf from various apps in
>> Linux, but nothing really fancy, as I have not seen the need there
>> yet. Most "foreign" PDFs have been no problem for me. Only a few times
>> I have had problems with opening pdf pages directly from websites, but
>> then I have had such problems on the Windoze too. In both situations
>> it has often to do with unstability of the "Temporary Internet
>> Folder(s)" or the browsers use of them.
>> 2008/12/20 Jack DeLand <jdeland1 at comcast.net>:
>>> I would appreciate hearing from anyone who's successful in creating PDFs
>>> for Linux. We have a sporadic failure of jumps between PDFs. Any help
>>> appreciated - deadline looming.
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