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Topic: iText and getting the Font and Color from a Field
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 140546
From: craigdennis
Date: 10/5/2005 06:49 AM

I am using iTextSharp and we've found that there is a bug with PdfStamper where it only writes fields text out in Grayscale, so I've decided to try and write the field out manually.

I can't quite figure out how to get the properties of the field that would display the font and color. Do I do this using the widget of AcroFields.Item? I've been searching everywhere and can't find that anyone has done this, probably because PdfStamper does it for you. The source isn't much help as it seems to just use a PdfAppearance.

Please someone help me out.

Thanks in advance,
--Craig Dennis

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