My fantasy is that there has been a storm of protests from PDF users
and Adobe is in panic mode, struggling to fix the problem they've just
created. Does that sound like Adobe, or like a dream?
> Which file format do you use for your images? Are all image formats
Yes, they are uniformly blurred.
> Do you get this effect with all files with such images?
Yes, suddenly all my new files are blurred like this.
> Do you use RGB or CMYK? What happens, if you select the other colour
I've always used RGB, so the first thing I tried was to use CMYK. That
didn't help at all.
> Do you know, if also other users with this Acrobat update get PDFs
with blurry images?
No, I don't know. I wish I did know.
> When was this upgrade installed?
Last Thursday night.
> Does this relate only to FrameMaker, or also to Save as PDF from
other applications, such as Word?
I don't know. I wish I did know.
Behalf Of Austin Meredith
Sent: Monday, July 24, 2017 4:56 PM
Subject: [Framers] Save as PDF
Here's a warning for users of "Save as PDF" -- Adobe has just
"upgraded" Acrobat Pro DC to 2017.009.20058 and this has rendered the
images it generates unusably blurry. I am dead in the water, unable to
render my FM files into PDFs and thus update my online PDFs. Check this
out and, if your new generated
images have likewise been rendered unusably blurry, please protest. I
have myself attempted to protest to Adobe, but since my subscription to
Acrobat is an institutional subscription by way of a university, I do
not have a personal registration number to offer and therefore there is
no way for me to get past their "qualifications" people in India, to
inform the Adobe technical team about this new glitch.]
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