ANN: Gnostice PDFOne .NET v3.0.1.2 Released

  • Thread starter Girish Patil \(Gnostice\)
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Girish Patil \(Gnostice\)

Greetings!

Gnostice is pleased to release Version 3.0.1.2 of PDFOne .NET, our
all-in-one PDF component suite. In this release, we have added support for
rendering tiling patterns and form fields without appearance streams. There
are also a number of fixes for issues reported by customers.

Enhanced In v3.0.1.2
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
PDF Viewing [ProPlus]:
+ Support for rendering of form fields without appearance streams.
+ Support for constructing an appearance stream and then rendering form
fields when PDFDocument.NeedAppearances is set to true.
+ Support for tiling patterns in fill and stroke properties of path
elements.

Resolved In v3.0.1.2
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
PDF Viewing [ProPlus]:
+ Formfields in different Locales not rendered properly.
+ Text using Symbolic font with WinAnsiEncoded encoding rendered as square
boxes.
+ In some documents, Courier New font text is rendered using MS Sans Serif
if Serif font flag is true.

PDF Processing [ProPlus andProfessional]:
+ Font reuse issues with some document while saving.
+ Issues in reading of Rectangle property of annotations in a rotated
page.
+ SelectedItemIndex property of PDFFormComboBox always returned a value of
1.
+ In some documents, document information did not get updated.
+ Multi-line values of text fields were not shown in separate lines.
+ Date document information property is not parsed properly.
+ "Catalog is not a dictionary" error while loading a few documents.


About PDFOne .NET
=================
Gnostice PDFOne .NET is a versatile PDF component suite for .NET developers
to implement PDF-related tasks in their applications.

PDFOne .NET can create, edit, view, print, encrypt, decrypt, merge, split,
reorganize, bookmark, annotate, watermark, and stamp PDF documents. PDFOne
..NET can also process PDF forms or Acroforms to create, edit, fill, and
flatten PDF form fields.

PDFOne .NET does all of this without any external PDF software such as Adobe
PDF library, Adobe Acrobat Professional or GhostScript.

PDFOne components come with hundreds of functions and properties that put
immense power in the hands of the developer. They hide the complexity of the
PDF format and allows developers to quickly implement PDF-related features.

Trial: http://www.gnostice.com/PDFOne_dot_NET.asp?show=downloads
Features: http://www.gnostice.com/PDFOne_dot_NET.asp?show=features
Buy: http://www.gnostice.com/PDFOne_dot_NET.asp?show=buy+now
Support: http://www.gnostice.com/support.asp
 
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Girish Patil \(Gnostice\)

Sorry, I meant to post this to the dotnet.general forum, but by mistake
posted here.

I'm trying to find out even if the dotnet.general forum is the most
appropriate place to post these .NET related product announcements.

Somebody please throw some light on this.

Thank you,

--
Girish Patil
Gnostice Information Technologies
------------------------------------------
PDF and document processing tools for .NET
http://www.gnostice.com

Girish Patil (Gnostice) said:
Greetings!

Gnostice is pleased to release Version 3.0.1.2 of PDFOne .NET, our
all-in-one PDF component suite. In this release, we have added support for
rendering tiling patterns and form fields without appearance streams.
There
are also a number of fixes for issues reported by customers.

Enhanced In v3.0.1.2
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
PDF Viewing [ProPlus]:
+ Support for rendering of form fields without appearance streams.
+ Support for constructing an appearance stream and then rendering form
fields when PDFDocument.NeedAppearances is set to true.
+ Support for tiling patterns in fill and stroke properties of path
elements.

Resolved In v3.0.1.2
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
PDF Viewing [ProPlus]:
+ Formfields in different Locales not rendered properly.
+ Text using Symbolic font with WinAnsiEncoded encoding rendered as
square
boxes.
+ In some documents, Courier New font text is rendered using MS Sans
Serif
if Serif font flag is true.

PDF Processing [ProPlus andProfessional]:
+ Font reuse issues with some document while saving.
+ Issues in reading of Rectangle property of annotations in a rotated
page.
+ SelectedItemIndex property of PDFFormComboBox always returned a value
of
1.
+ In some documents, document information did not get updated.
+ Multi-line values of text fields were not shown in separate lines.
+ Date document information property is not parsed properly.
+ "Catalog is not a dictionary" error while loading a few documents.


About PDFOne .NET
=================
Gnostice PDFOne .NET is a versatile PDF component suite for .NET
developers
to implement PDF-related tasks in their applications.

PDFOne .NET can create, edit, view, print, encrypt, decrypt, merge, split,
reorganize, bookmark, annotate, watermark, and stamp PDF documents. PDFOne
.NET can also process PDF forms or Acroforms to create, edit, fill, and
flatten PDF form fields.

PDFOne .NET does all of this without any external PDF software such as
Adobe
PDF library, Adobe Acrobat Professional or GhostScript.

PDFOne components come with hundreds of functions and properties that put
immense power in the hands of the developer. They hide the complexity of
the
PDF format and allows developers to quickly implement PDF-related
features.

Trial: http://www.gnostice.com/PDFOne_dot_NET.asp?show=downloads
Features: http://www.gnostice.com/PDFOne_dot_NET.asp?show=features
Buy: http://www.gnostice.com/PDFOne_dot_NET.asp?show=buy+now
Support: http://www.gnostice.com/support.asp
 
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Peter Duniho

Girish said:
Sorry, I meant to post this to the dotnet.general forum, but by mistake
posted here.

I'm trying to find out even if the dotnet.general forum is the most
appropriate place to post these .NET related product announcements.

Somebody please throw some light on this.

IMHO, none of these forums is an appropriate place for product
announcements, including the m.p.dotnet.general newsgroup. Certainly
not the C# newsgroup, which is for programming questions.

But, there are no direct consequences to inappropriate posts. You can't
be fined, detained, or otherwise punished. There may be indirect
consequences, such as people refusing to patronize software authors,
publishers, retailers, etc. who post commercial advertising on the
newsgroups. But that's a trade-off you can make a decision about yourself.

Pete
 
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Girish Patil \(Gnostice\)

Thanks! We do not want to post any messages that are not appropriate to a
forum. I had seen product announcements in the .general group and so thought
that might be an appropriate forum. I had also asked earlier for
clarification on this, but did not get a reply.

Thanks for clarifying.
 
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Jeff Johnson

Thanks! We do not want to post any messages that are not appropriate to a
forum. I had seen product announcements in the .general group and so
thought
that might be an appropriate forum. I had also asked earlier for
clarification on this, but did not get a reply.

Some newsgroup hierarchies explicitly provide an announcement group or
perhaps a 3rdparty group. If you see neither of these, commonly accepted
USENET Netiquette is that commercial postings in "regular" groups are
unwelcome. Even announcing packages/products which are free is somewhat of a
gray area. At least that's the impression I've gotten over the years....
 

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