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From Duane Nickull <du...@technoracle-systems.com>
Subject Re: Reset Page Rotation (w/o actually rotating the page)
Date Sun, 11 Nov 2012 18:08:24 GMT
THat would still involve using the findRotation() method to determine if
if it rotated then using another method to rotate it.  It should be only a
few hours work at most.  I believe there is a setRotation() method in the
same class.

Duane Nickull
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On 2012-11-10 2:00 PM, "Gilad Denneboom" <gilad.denneboom@gmail.com> wrote:

>Thanks for the reply, but that's not exactly what I mean... I'm trying
>avoiding having to write such a utility class (as it proves quite complex)
>by simply resetting the rotation setting of the page, since my code works
>fine with non-rotated pages. So I want to set the rotation to 0, without
>actually rotating the contents of the page. Possible?
>
>
>On Sat, Nov 10, 2012 at 6:43 PM, Duane Nickull <
>duane@technoracle-systems.com> wrote:
>
>> There is a method in the API's called CreateLandscapePDF() that can
>>make a
>> page landscape (presume that is what you mean by rotated).   PDPage also
>> has a findRotation() method if you require data.    YOu may have to
>>build
>> a utility class that can re-calculate the x, y, height, width coords and
>> call it based on the results of the findRotation() method.
>>
>> Hope this helps.
>>
>> Duane
>>
>>
>> ***********************************
>> Technoracle Advanced Systems Inc.
>> Consulting and Contracting; Proven Results!
>> i.  Neo4J, PDF, Java, LiveCycle ES, Flex, AIR, CQ5 & Mobile
>> b. http://technoracle.blogspot.com
>> t.  @duanechaos
>> "Don't fear the Graph!  Embrace Neo4J"
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On 2012-11-10 6:04 AM, "Gilad Denneboom" <gilad.denneboom@gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>> >Hi guys,
>> >
>> >I hope someone can help me out with this annoying issue...
>> >I'm adding highlights to a page and they come out in the wrong
>>location.
>> >I've discovered the reason is that some pages are rotated, but the
>> >coordinates of the highlights are not in the rotated user space.
>> >The ideal solution for me would be to reset the rotation definition of
>>the
>> >page without actually rotating it... The only other option I can think
>>of
>> >would be to convert the coordinates I have, which is quite a complex
>> >operation, it seems.
>> >
>> >Any ideas on how to do that?
>> >
>> >Thanks in advance!
>> >Gilad
>>
>>
>>



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