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From Tilman Hausherr <THaush...@t-online.de>
Subject Re: How to identify underlying COSObject for a PDXObject or PDXObject for COSObject
Date Mon, 23 Jul 2018 17:22:03 GMT

I don't know what that is. Maybe this is user provided information. Or 
maybe PDF 2.0? Can you share the PDF with this? If not, could you look 
at the PDF with PDFDebugger and then share a screenshot?

You can include screenshots on the mailing list if they are inlined. 
Thunderbird can do it, I don't know about other tools. Or upload it to 
an image share site like https://imgur.com/


Am 23.07.2018 um 19:12 schrieb Ranjit Saripalli:
> Hi Tilman,
> Thanks for you response. I can get position of the image in pdf as it is
> in  printimagelocations example but I am trying to get the the location of
> COSObject.
>   Let me try to keep my question simple, I have a COSObject with X and Y
> coordinate values  as below. How to get the actual location (lowerleftX,
> lowerleftY, upperrightX, upperrightY) of this object from this X and Y
> coordinates.
> COSDictionary{COSName{N}:COSString{xcoordinate};COSName{V}:COSString{
> 0,220000000000001};}, COSDictionary{COSName{N}:COSString{ycoordinate
> };COSName{V}:COSString{0,22};},
> Thanks,
> Ranjit
> On Mon, Jul 23, 2018 at 10:06 PM, Tilman Hausherr <THausherr@t-online.de>
> wrote:
>> Hi, I'm not sure if this is the answer to your question (which I haven't
>> really understood), but please try the PrintImageLocations.java example
>> from the source code download.
>> Image objects do not know their own location(s).
>> Tilman
>> Am 23.07.2018 um 08:50 schrieb Ranjit Saripalli:
>>> Hi,
>>> I am trying to get location (Rectangle) of a COSObject but it seems only
>>> xcoordinate and ycoordinate information is available for COSObject. I can
>>> get the required details (location) from a PDXobject (PDXImage and
>>> PDXFormObject) which is good but I am not able to find a corresponding
>>> COSObject ( from PDXObject) and PDXObject has no User attribute values. I
>>> need both user attribute information and location, unfortunately I cannot
>>> get both from either one object (XObject or COSObject).
>>> I was hoping to somehow identify COSObject from a PDXObject so I can get
>>> location from XObject and then attribute values from corresponding
>>> COSObject.
>>> Could someone please share a way to identify corresponding COSObject from
>>> an XObject or a way to get both user attribute values and location of an
>>> element in PDF?
>>> Thanks in advance.
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