This is a new one for me.
Was looking at some PDF files (genealogy related) in my genealogy program (MacFamilyTree) and about half the pages looked corrupted. Have you ever seen what a digital copy looks like when there’s a problem with the paper feeder? Horizontal bars/streaks instead of letters, etc. It looks like that.
So I opened the originals from my hard drive. Same thing! I’ve seen these documents enough to know that they were perfectly fine when originally scanned. So how did multiple copies get corrupted?
I opened one in Chrome, which then hands it off to Adobe.com for viewing.
I guess I should chalk this up to some MacOS Sonoma beta glitch?