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Topic: separating objects
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 133896
From: jox
Date: 6/5/2005 12:53 AM

hi all

01.
i have a PDF file,
no OCG/layer in it

02.
it contains only 2 object (2 circles)

03.
circle 1 is generated by a normal
layout application
circle 2 is generated aftwerwards
by an acrobat plugin

04.
i can enumarete the pdf-file
and i see both objects,
their type is "path"
PDEObjectGetType(reinterpret_cast(pdeElement))==kPDEPath

05.
i would like to place the two objects
to separate layer, but i have to know,
wich of them is generated by the plugin.
How can i get that info programatically?
Do need the COS-layer?
CosDoc cosDoc = PDDocGetCosDoc(pdDoc)

thank You for your help








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