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Topic: Problem with Acrobat on OS/2 (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 71848
From: size
Date: 9/5/2002 08:04 PM

I've developed a s/w tools that converts multipage TIFFs containing B/W
images to multipage PDFs.
My customer asked me to create PDFs files that has to be open on Acrobat
Reader 2.0 on OS/2 machines.
He sent me a sample PDF that this version of reader is surely able to
Looking at this file i found out that the B/W images are compressed in
Flate instead of usual CCITT G4 so i managed to create my PDFs this way
but the customer is not able to view the image when open with his
The reader shows a blank page and no errors.
The only remaining difference between the two files(mine and customer's)
is that customer's one is linearized.
Do you think this can be the real problem?
Anybody has experiences on OS/2?

If somodoby wants to take a look at these files please let me know and
i'll send them to you(~100KB).

Please Help, it is really urgent
Nicola Righetti
Greensoft sas

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