Hi Scott,

Here you can find some references:

Last reference is from Adobe itself, but the solution is somewhat cryptic
as I am using Reader DC and couldn't find those menus.

It seems that the compressed PDF will sometimes trigger this error in Adobe
Reader. I used pdftk to uncompress my file and it could be opened by
Reader. I also removed a couple of PDFs (created the same way as the
remaining in the document) and even compressed it could be opened by Reader.

I use Sumatra, thus, I didn't know of this problem until I shared some
slides with my students who used Adobe Reader. One of them used Chrome's
PDF plug-in to open it, then printed it as PDF and the problem was removed.
In Ubuntu, Ocular could open it without a hassle. I don't know if Apple's
Preview could do it.

I hope this info is enough to track the error.

Regards, Julio.

Julio Rojas

On Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 1:11 PM, Scott Kostyshak <skost...@lyx.org> wrote:

> On Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 11:11:49AM -0300, Julio Rojas wrote:
> > Dear all,
> >
> > I have read that in order to avoid the dreaded error 131 that Adobe
> Reader
> > shows when opening some files generated with pdfLaTeX, the
> > \pdfminorversion=4 flag should be added before loading Beamer. How can I
> do
> > this in Lyx?
> >
> > Thanks in advance. Regards,
> > -------------------------------------------------
> > Julio Rojas
> > jcredbe...@gmail.com
> Hi Julio,
> I have not heard about this problem. Can you give us some references?
> Can you reproduce it yourself? If so, I would be very curious if you
> could reproduce it with SumatraPDF. I am not suggesting you switch, I'm
> just wondering if other PDF readaers suffer from the problem.
> I'm also curious if there is a bug report. Does Adobe recognize there is
> a problem and intend to fix it? If you find a bug report, please give
> the URL.
> If no one else answer with a fix for setting \pdfminorversion=4, I will
> look into it.
> Best,
> Scott

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