Add support for linearized pdf. Also known as web-optimized PDF (byteserving); page-at-a-time download when viewing PDFs in the Web browser.27 票
We will investigate the feasibility of adding this feature. It’s definitely a feature we’d like to add.
We will investigate this feature request. As you can imagine, providing accurate OCR support will take a considerable amount of work, so we’ll need to review it carefully.
I have looked and Google till I'm so pissed off, I don't even care if you fix it. I'm going to look for something else. What would you have doc that simply shows adding the object to a project and entering the license key. ZERO doc showing how to do certain things (like add bookmarks/outline, merge PDFs, extract pages, etc.). Giving one word here or there is NOT an answer. AAAAAAAAAAARRRRGGGGGH. I'm so pissed off right now.6 票
There are quite a few samples for Quick PDF Library, but it doesn’t sound like you were able to successfully locate them. This is our fault. We’re working on a developer’s guide that will help orientate new developers who would like to use our SDK, but in the mean time, if you’re having trouble locating specific examples, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help you.
Get form field calc order using a new function called GetFirstFormFieldByCalcOrder to get the first field, and then use another new function called GetNextFormFieldByCalcOrder to get them all.6 票
The way form fields are stored in a PDF makes it a bit difficult to get the calculation order. We will consider adding a function called GetFirstFormFieldByCalcOrder to get the first field, and another GetNextFormFieldByCalcOrder to get them all.