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Calculate PDF Table Width & Embed Media Files inside PDF Document using .NET

Sheraz KhanSheraz Khan Posts: 24

Aspose team is pleased to announce the release of Aspose.Pdf for .NET 17.3.0. This month release includes new feature to calculate Table width and embed media files(audio and video) in PDF document along with some other important features. Aspose team has also enhanced Footnote feature and HTML text support in this version in addition to many other bug fixes reported in old releases that improves the APIs functionality. Aspose team has implemented a new annotation RichMediaAnnotation in Aspose.Pdf for .NET 17.3. It is used to embed media files within PDF document. In fact RichMediaAnnotation is container for SWF (Flash) script. Due to license restriction Aspose team cannot include third-party flash scripts in our product, so users should provide their own script for playing video or audio. For example users can use VideoPlayer and AudioPlayer shipped with Adobe Acrobat. Please check documentation link for sample code and details to embed video/audio files in PDF document. In some scenarios, users have not hard coded the Table width in PDF document and later users want to know its width for some post processing. This release introduced a new method GetWidth() to calculate Table width in this release. Aspose.Pdf supports insertion of HTML string in PDF document. If HTML specified fonts are available on host system then it uses same fonts, otherwise it uses system default fonts for HTML string. It has received some requirements to support font overriding feature for HTML string. This release implemented TextState object in HtmlFramgent class, now users can override font details of HTML string. In current release, It has also added support to set color of FootNote label(node identifier). It has implemented TextState object in FootNote class. Users can set FootNote label color using TextState. The list of important new and improved features are given below

• Support feature to calculate Table Cell width
• Find table width
• Movie is not embedded inside PDF file
• PDF to PDF/A-2u - Support this conversion format
• Setting Footnote Text color
• Support of TextState in HtmlFragment
• When color PDF is converted to grayscale, the text stays in color while the picture is black-white
• When PDF is converted to TIFF, the output file has black boxes
• When PDF converted to PDF_A_1B, the first page is missing a picture
• PDF to PDFA1b: compliance failure due to CMYK error
• PDF to PDF/A - white image background overlaps background image
• PCL to PDF: incorrect output is generated
• Incorrect ColorType information is being returned
• Pdf file is not compilant with PDF/A-1a format (transparency and missing objects)
• PDF to PDF/A - Conversion process takes too much time
• PDF to PDF/A - Resultant file is too large
• Page color is being detected BlackandWhite instead RGB
• RgbToDeviceGrayConversionStrategy convert RGB to black and white instead grayscale
• Hyperlink is not working in FloatingBox
• Character's size issue when rendering pdf into html
• Line Spacing Increased on Multiline Textbox
• Latest Aspose.Pdf don't show correct ImagePlacement.Rotation
• PDF to PDF/A - Missing contents and formatting issues
• PDF to DOCX: TOC alignment issue
• When PDF is converted to PDF_A_1B, output file is still PDF
• When PDF is converted to PDF_A_1B, output file is still classic PDF
• Conversion Pdf to Pdfa - output not compliant
• When PDF is converted to HTML, produced HTML looks bad and some letters are stretched
• PDF to JPEG - Some symbols look like different in resultant file
• Additional characters (curly braces) when converting XPS to PDF
• PDF to HTML - Color filling isn't displayed for some objects
• XFA form is not being converted to Standard Acro Form
• PDF to DOCX - Resultant text appears to be in Russian
• PDF to PDF/A - Resultant file gets corrupted

Other most recent bug fixes are also included in this release.

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