Nope. It's off by default. I had switched it on for one of the PDF generations, because I was hoping to use the import comments from PDF to Frame, but it turns out that really isn't as useful as I'd hoped, so the next time I created the PDF, I made sure it was off.
On Mon, Feb 23, 2015 at 1:37 PM, Robert Lauriston <robert at lauriston.com> wrote: > If that happened to me, I'd still want to know where the bloat was > coming from. PDFs larger than 10MB still present problems for me on > occasion, and files becoming 4X larger without any additional data > strongly suggests that a property setting was inappropriately changed > in the upgrade or some new property setting is at an inappropriate > default. > > The Generate Tagged PDF option didn't get switched on, did it? > > On Mon, Feb 23, 2015 at 10:18 AM, Lin Sims <ljsims.ml at gmail.com> wrote: > > Well, on the minus side, regenerating those files and trying all the tips > > y'all have so kindly provided has not reduced the file size appreciably. > > > > On the plus side, I've discovered that it is, in fact, possible to put > the > > shared-review-enabled PDF onto the cloud storage site, where we have > > unlimited storage. The reviewers still have to download it locally, but > they > > always had to do that. I no longer need to send it as an attachment to an > > email, so the situation has become the one Fred thought it was to begin > > with. :-) > -- Lin Sims -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: <http://lists.frameusers.com/pipermail/framers/attachments/20150223/ec53843a/attachment.html>