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Topic: Help with PDF Encoding
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 142235
From: chinanihc
Date: 11/4/2005 06:46 AM

Hey,

im using PDFBox to modify the contents of a PDF(replace s for as, s for us for example). It was all working fine, until i faced pdfs with a different encoding. I managed to get it to work, but only if i know the pdf font encoding before running my aplication. And also, even a larger problem on pdfs with more than one encoding(Ansi, Roman...). I wish to know if theres anyway i can figure out the font encoding for each part of the pdf. I found something like the Tf operator, which defines the font size and face, but couldnt figure out the face neither the encoding. Im really needing some help on that! thanks in advance! :)


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