[MacOS Mojave 10.14.2] Export Pdf with Muse Jazz Text all garbled and unreadable
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This fix #279563: [MacOS X] Export Pdf with Muse Jazz Text all garbled and unreadable if no printers are setup on a machine
seems broken/inefficient (?) since the latest version of MacOS Mojave, ie 10.14.2.
Came up again in #283948: wrong font printing to PDF on Mac when exporting score & parts. and before than in several forum topics
The PDF on MacOS 10.14 Mojave in (OS: macOS 10.14, Arch.: x86_64, MuseScore version (64-bit): 220.127.116.1166, revision: 8ca4d2c):
I suspect some specific settings in the OS itself... Or in the MuseScore, what about "Resetting to factory settings?"
I'm having the same issue. Mac Mojave 10.14.3; musescore 18.104.22.16843. Reset to factory settings didn't help. No new fonts or system configs changed on this machine.
In reply to I'm having the same issue… by jasondenton1
After resetting to factory settings, I pulled up an older score that exported just fine originally. No idea what version of MuseScore I had at the time. I exported this score again to test and it suffered from the same problem. Looks like a regression introduced somewhere.
That is why it is still open and marked as a regression...
Came up again in https://musescore.org/de/node/287519, I believe.
Workaround: Save online (as private if need be) and then grab the PDF from MuseScore.com
Unfortunately, I cannot reproduce the issue on macOS 10.14 with MuseScore 3.0.5.
I can successfully export all scores from all referenced issues to PDF.
So, I fixed the issue in December, but the issue still exists somehow for some users... Something could be wrong with local PDF printer settings...
In reply to Unfortunately, I cannot… by Anatoly-os
If I choose File -> Export Parts, I get the garbled pdf output mentioned. However, if I choose File -> Export, and then select pdf as the export option, the pdf output looks fine. Hopefully this helps to narrow down the cause of the problem!
in all the PDFs that creates or just in the parts (*-Partname.pdf), or just in the combined one (*-Score_and_Parts.pdf)?
Is this the case for the others reporting this issue too?
Also, is it still the case for you in 3.1, just released today? there have been a number of fixes in this area since the original 3.0 release.
and still in 3.2, see https://musescore.org/en/node/279563#comment-929898
Fixed in https://github.com/musescore/MuseScore/commit/9bdd6ca58071734c311ab4a4b…
Automatically closed -- issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.