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Disastrous PDF/X-4 compatibility with new Affinity Publisher 1.0

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Hello!

As discussed on several threats here in the forums, a european PDF-"Master" and notable member of some PDF-workgroups posted today

https://pdf-aktuell.ch/pa/language/en/disastrous-pdf-x-4-compatibility-with-new-affinity-publisher-1-0/

:52_fearful: Please fix the PDF-import or add a PDF-Pass-through. Its really important for using Publisher day by day.

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Could this also be the reason why a pdf created by Affinity Publisher loses all images when placed on Google Docs?

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1 hour ago, World View said:

Could this also be the reason why a pdf created by Affinity Publisher loses all images when placed on Google Docs?

Were you placing a PDF document into a Publisher document and then exporting as a new PDF?

If not, you were not performing the same kind of operation as mentioned in that blog post.


-- Walt

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On 7/11/2019 at 2:10 PM, walt.farrell said:

Were you placing a PDF document into a Publisher document and then exporting as a new PDF?

If not, you were not performing the same kind of operation as mentioned in that blog post.

No, Walter, I sent a pdf of my magazine to my rep and she put it on her google docs and noticed all images had disappeared.

The magazine's first issue that I had created with a beta version did not do this.

 

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World View, this has absolutely nothing to do with the issue, reported the initial post.

The article is dealing with high level PDF output compatibility.

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