On 2015-05-04 23:16:42, Alessandro Pezzoni wrote: > > > On Mon, 4 May 2015 17:22:34 +0200, Sebastian Ramacher <sebasti...@pwmt.org> > wrote: > > > On 2015-05-04 12:10:58, Alessandro Pezzoni wrote: > > > Hi all, I found a pdf  (214K) that doesn't render properly with the > > > poppler > > > plugin (the text looks quite "grainy") -- tested with git version > > > 0.2.5.2.gc95b805 in zathura git version 0.3.3.3.g3032771, both latest at > > > the > > > time of writing, and poppler version 0.32.0. > > > > > > I'm attaching screenshots of the abstract of  rendered by zathura with > > > the > > > poppler and mupdf plugins. I'm also attaching a screenshot rendered with > > > the > > > Firefox internal pdf viewer, for reference, because with mupdf the > > > characters > > > are slightly misaligned (both with the zatura plugin and the stand-alone > > > viewer). > > > > > > Can we do something about this or should I report the bug upstream? > > > > Does it render correctly with other poppler based viewers (like evince or > > okular)? If not, this should be reported to the poppler developers. > > This is odd... with evince it renders like with the poppler plugin, while with > flaxpdf it renders like in mupdf. They were both compiled against the same > version of poppler, though evince came from the Arch repositories and I > compiled flaxpdf myself. I didn't try okular because I would prefer not to > pull all those KDE dependencies... > > What does this mean?
Is flaxpdf built against poppler's C++ backend? But if evince is affected as well, this looks like a poppler bug to me. Cheers -- Sebastian Ramacher _______________________________________________ zathura mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.pwmt.org/mailman/listinfo/zathura