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Viewing PDFs on ipad

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May 23, 2018

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Trying to view a pdf on a ipad pro. Is there a way of viewing it with 'simulate overprint' on?

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The Adobe Reader for iOS (and similarly the Adobe Reader for Android) do not support display of overprints at all. Such display is a highly computer intensive operation that was deemed to be “too expensive” in terms of computer power (and battery life) to be viable, at least to date. (Note that even on Windows and MacOS, overprint display is only an option and not on by default at all times!)

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Viewing PDFs on ipad

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Trying to view a pdf on a ipad pro. Is there a way of viewing it with 'simulate overprint' on?

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The Adobe Reader for iOS (and similarly the Adobe Reader for Android) do not support display of overprints at all. Such display is a highly computer intensive operation that was deemed to be “too expensive” in terms of computer power (and battery life) to be viable, at least to date. (Note that even on Windows and MacOS, overprint display is only an option and not on by default at all times!)

          - Dov

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The Adobe Reader for iOS (and similarly the Adobe Reader for Android) do not support display of overprints at all. Such display is a highly computer intensive operation that was deemed to be “too expensive” in terms of computer power (and battery life) to be viable, at least to date. (Note that even on Windows and MacOS, overprint display is only an option and not on by default at all times!)

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- Dov Isaacs, Principal Scientist, Adobe

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