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Month: November 2010

RE: [Pvx] Report writer alignment issue

From: "PVX Sardoflor" <pvx@...>
Date: Mon, 22 Nov 2010 16:39:58 +0100
Hallo Arno

I have reported something simalar to Edias; a font we use for printing
barcode work fine with *viewer* and *winprt*
But not with *pdf*, not even on Pvx plus, latest version, on Win XP

Regards
Rene Vleeskens
Naaldwijk Holland


-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: Arno de Greef [mailto:a.degreef@...] 
Verzonden: maandag 22 november 2010 16:27
Aan: 'providex@...'
Onderwerp: [Pvx] Report writer alignment issue

Hi all,

At the moment I'm building a few reports using the report writer.
Everything seems to work just fine except for outputting to PDF.

All reports have to support multi-language.
To make sure text stays within it's designated cell(s) I use word wrap.
This works just fine when outputting to the printer or viewer, but when
outputting to PDF the alignment of these texts is wrong.
Text is centered in stead off left aligned, beginning beyond the left
side of the page, and so on.
Outputting directly to PDF or from the viewer makes no difference.
We use Providex 8.30 on a HP-UX through winDX.

Does anyone have a suggestion?

Cheers,

Arno de Greef
Programmer

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