Pdf consolidating duplicate fonts

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.

Encoding, if you expect a good font at the client side, the text must be encoded in Unicode correctly, which is not reliable either -- there are too many PDF files whose text cannot be copied out correctly. But later I may export the embedded names in CSS, such that you may do post-procssing if you wan.

Since PDF is not designed for Web, actually I don't see these fonts often used in PDF (except for Times), at least in my test cases. And this should be done carefully since malicious code could be injected in this way.

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.

My thought about this issue is that the fonts are not introduced by pdf2html EX, they have been there in the PDF file.

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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.

Although it is possbile to simulate that by setting in CSS, I don't want to do the recognition here.

Encoding, if you expect a good font at the client side, the text must be encoded in Unicode correctly, which is not reliable either -- there are too many PDF files whose text cannot be copied out correctly. But later I may export the embedded names in CSS, such that you may do post-procssing if you wan. There may be two sets of metrics stored in a PDF, one is defined in the embedded font, and the other stored in the font descriptor in PDF.

Since PDF is not designed for Web, actually I don't see these fonts often used in PDF (except for Times), at least in my test cases. And this should be done carefully since malicious code could be injected in this way. When they are not consistent, the second one should be used, which means the font have to be transformed -- which can not be done by the browser.

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