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Topic: Bookmark problems with Kyrillic pdf under WIN and UNIX
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 116655
From: cheesenhomer
Date: 8/3/2004 05:43 PM

Hi,

I have a problem watching a pdf-file in russian language. The problem is not that I can't read cyrillic letters, but I can't watch them:
If open the russian pdf-file in windows (Acroread 5) all looks good. The bookmarks are in cyrillic letters and are working. When I open the same File in an UNIX-like OS (Linux/AIX also with Acroread 5) the bookmarks were substituted in something like ....... 1. ....... They are working indeed, but you can't recognize on which bookmark you are clicking. The document text is "readable"
Is this a problem with the encoding between win and UNIX?
I have downloaded a crillic pdf-file from the Internet, and the problem still occurs.

Greetings Cheesenhmer


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