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Topic: Re: Xobject Forms that don't work
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 58840
From: picax
Date: 5/29/2002 05:35 PM


Hi Rob,

Did you evaluated the possibility to define the graphic (sampled image
or text also) from the original .PS file, as a "PostScript Form". One
"Form" object in PostScript language (and their equivalent PDF XObject
Form resource) is used for that you ask exactly: to repeat a lot of
times the same image without increase the file size (interpret only one
time and called in a very optimized manner all the other times).

If you need any support to program this graphics as a "PS Forms"
let me now and I will try to help you,


Marc Antoni Malagarriga
@:)
www.femfum.com
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