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Solution TitleI experience problems when preflighting files containing double byte fonts.
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Preflighting files that contain double byte fonts can result in files looking different (rectangles that are shifting, ...) than what you've setup in Action Lists or in a PDF Profile.

To be able to edit these files an extra folder is installed when installing PitStop Server. This folder, called 'Cmap' in the Resources folder, contains information for PitStop Server to process double byte files correctly.
As this folder name is case sensitive and has to be named 'CMap' (two capitals), Server won't recognize it right now, when it is called 'Cmap'.

Rename the 'Cmap' folder to 'CMap'. You can find this folder in the 'Resources' folder next to the PitStop Server executable.
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