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Topic: Re: XObject graphics reference in page content (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 117762
From: LeonardR
Date: 8/24/2004 12:31 PM

At 08:06 AM 8/24/2004, p-pdf-developers Listmanager wrote:
>I've successfully created the XObject reference and I know that it's good.

Are you talking about a Form XObject or an Image XObject.

How do you know it is good?

>I've added the reference to that XObject into the procset and I know
>that's good.

ProcSet or Resources??

>I have tried a variety of attempts to make that reference then to the
>stored graphics XObject which is called "/Im1".

Is that the name you've given it in the /Resources dict of the page?

>What I need though is the replacement code that would look something like

So what is wrong with what you typed? It looks fine - provided
you have an Image XObject with the name/key Im1 in the /Resources dict of
the page.

>Given that the graphic is 221x96 pixels in size and that x=201, y=620 is a
>reasonable place on the page to display the image, what is the
>problem? This will not display on the PDF document although the created
>stream looks good. What am I missing in this section?

Without seeing the ENTIRE file, it is impossible to asnwer the


Leonard Rosenthol
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PDF Sages, Inc. 215-938-7080 (voice)
215-938-0880 (fax)

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