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Topic: The 'Smooth Line Art' option
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 59490
From: mvbrown
Date: 5/29/2002 05:39 PM

In Acrobat 5.0, under Edit > Preferences > General > Display, there is an option called "Smooth Line Art". This option make a document I'm developing look MUCH better. However, the option appears to be off by default. So if we publish the document, the line art will appear bad unless we tell the user to check that option. My question:
Is there a way to set this option in the document, so that opened with any Acrobat program, it will display correctly? Can it be set with JavaScript? Is there something else I'm missing that would make this problem moot?
Thanks for your help,
Justin


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