When visiting https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Songs_About_Jane and clicking "Download as PDF" the resulting document shows kerning issues. These do not show when you print to PDF using the browser.
There is extremely weird spacing and kerning for me; maybe this is because the documents aren't actually supposed to be rendered with the Liberation fonts. References being floated on top of text, characters being given zero(?) width, and so on. I am using macOS 10.13 but downloaded the Liberation fonts separately.
I can reproduce these problems in most PDF downloads (at least when viewing on my mac). Possibly a font style, font or glyph fallback related problem ? I do not remember seeing such problems with the PDF before the new print styles were released (but not 100% sure, so tagging under both).
Question: Is this an electron-only bug? Is this also a bug in Chromium?
When investigating this we were only able to replicate this on Electron. The conclusion is that this should be remedied when we launch the new Chromium based service. When launching we will take some time to verify this is fixed along with other bugs in the Proton project. We should be wary of different font stacks on the production machine.
We have a identified that this is also an issue with the Chromium service and would like to know the following: