Pdf consolidating duplicate fonts updating a file rondom access
They can be recognized with font comparison function in Fontforge, but I think this is more like a PDF optimizer's job, because no extra space is introduced by pdf2html EX./// original report I tried to execute the program with a pdf with some pages. Why the program generates several files for the (in theory) the same font in diferent page? We create this PDF with a merge of a lot of single page PDF and this merge dose not detect duplicated fonts. It would be a great improvement detect duplicated fonts even by the name or type font. I found that there are font comparison functions in Fontforge. As this is not a critical issue right now, please do not expect that it will be fixed soon.
I think the relevant ones are specifically: Arial, Arial Black, Andale Mono, Courier New, Georgia, Impact, Times New Roman, Trebuchet MS, Verdana By common fonts I meant core web fonts, those are very highly likely to be installed on user's machine. The accuracy of the HTML depends on the metrics of the glyphs and the encoding of the font.Currently I have to store separated, reencoded fonts in HTML.On the other hand, such fonts might be merged into one if their encodings are same. I think this isn't out of scope, becouse in the optimized one there are only one font refer for one binary.PDF files published on government websites almost always use a subset of core web fonts.Also I am guessing the problem with duplicate fonts the OP is experiencing might be that bold and regular could end up as two embedded fonts. I admire the depth of your knowledge on the subject.
Also I am guessing the problem with duplicate fonts the OP is experiencing might be that bold and regular could end up as two embedded fonts. Well, actuall the bold variant is a new font, Usually a bold font is not just the regular font with wider strokes, since lots of tuning would be necessary.