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    I suspect others are well aware of this and I may be asking an oft-asked question, but whenever I open a PDF magazine with text and images, much of the text does not render properly and appears faded--while on my PC or iPad said text renders perfectly. Is there anything I can do to fix this problem? Is it a problem with the Adobe reader on the Touchpad?

    I've installed the latest OS updated, hoping it would solve the issue but it has not as of yet.
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    Basically - the PDF reader on the touchpad sucks - if you go into the Patches forum, there are some things you can do to improve the performance a bit.
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    Same here, noticed that the text for magazines are blurry. Normal book is fine however.

    For viewing magazines, I use PDF-XChange Viewer(Free version is good enough) to transform magazines to Jpgs, zip it, and use ComicShelfHD to read it. Much faster and better quality than using default Acrobat Reader.
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    Quote Originally Posted by belmont_a View Post
    Same here, noticed that the text for magazines are blurry. Normal book is fine however.

    For viewing magazines, I use PDF-XChange Viewer(Free version is good enough) to transform magazines to Jpgs, zip it, and use ComicShelfHD to read it. Much faster and better quality than using default Acrobat Reader.
    As I understand it, that is actually what the PDF reader is doing in WebOS (but as png files I believe) which is part of the reason it is so slow because it's doing it on the fly.

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