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From "Hesham Gneady" <heshamgne...@gmail.com>
Subject RE: Understanding PDPageXYZDestination.setTop(...)
Date Wed, 13 Dec 2017 08:22:28 GMT
Tilman,

 

I have tried it now and it's working. I must have been doing something wrong.

Thanks a lot 😊

 

 

Best regards,

Hesham

 

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I tried it with the AddAnnotations example. There is a difference between 100 and 500. You
can see the difference by looking at the scroll bar.

 

Tilman

 

Am 12.12.2017 um 10:50 schrieb Hesham Gneady:

> Hello ,

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> 

> I am trying to use PDPageXYZDestination to create an internal link 

> that could move to a specific area in another page in the same PDF. 

> Here is the code I've tried:

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> List<PDAnnotation> annotations = page1.getAnnotations();

> 

> PDPageXYZDestination dest = new PDPageXYZDestination();

> 

> dest.setPage( page3 );

> 

> dest.setZoom( 3 );

> 

> dest.setLeft( 200 );

> 

> dest.setTop( 200 );  // Does nothing at any value!!

> 

> txtLink.setDestination(dest);

> 

> annotations.add( txtLink );

> 

>   

> 

> When opening the output PDF using Adobe Reader and clicking the link 

> it takes me to page 3, zooms in to 300% and moves the viewable area 

> 200 points in X direction, so dest.setLeft( 200 ) works just fine, but 

> for the Y direction it keeps showing the top rectangle of page 3 

> whatever value I try to use for dest.setTop( . ).

> 

>   

> 

> Do you understand PDPageXYZDestination.setTop( . ) wrong, or there is 

> a bug with it?

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> Best regards,

> 

> Hesham

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