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Last night, I couldn't see the picture that was posted alongside the text, and when I tried to download the full article/map, Adobe Reader said a drawing error had occured, and all I could see was a white screen.Now, I can see the picture beside the text, but I still get the same Adobe Reader drawing error when I try to download the full map. Once it seemed to start drawing, as I saw the little mileage bubbles, but that was as far as it got before it said a drawing error had occured, and it went back to a completely white screen.I'm not sure if the problems are on your or my end.
"What is the sort of thing that I do care about is a failure to seriously evaluate what does and doesn't work in favor of a sort of cargo cult posturing. And yes, it's painful to read design notes columns that are all just "So D&D 3.5 sort of had these problems. We know people have some issues with them. What a puzzler! But we think we have a solution in the form of X", where X is sort of a half-baked version of an idea that 4e executed perfectly well and which worked fine." - Lesp
If your only tool is a warhammer, every problem looks like a gnoll.
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With PDFs, you're always better off saving the document to your hard drive and viewing it in Acrobat Reader rather than through your browser with a plug-in.
I've added a lo-res layered version (half the size of the hi-res) and a flat (no layers) PDF to the page, along with a few instructions on how to get the best results. But I'll repeat--if you view the layered versions in your browser, you need to give them plenty of time to load (even when the browser indicates "done," it probably isn't fully loaded) and play with the view controls to bring up the image. Browser plug-ins just don't handle layered PDFs very well. (Chrome in particular, even though it's my browser of choice, is especially ham-fisted with PDFs.)Steve