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Topic: using AVPageViewInvertRect method
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 67986
From: shantanu
Date: 7/2/2002 05:49 PM

sorry for repeating the old problem again, but for this particulary query I am still stuck. I am drawing a rectangle through plug-in such that it overlaps some text. I draw this rectangle using AVPageViewInvertRect method. This method draws a filled rectangle and also shows the text beneath. The color filled is blue and the text under is yellow. Can I somehow control this fill color, i.e. the blue color ? Because when the text is small and there are lot of rectangles to be drawn for multiple text in a page, then the visibility is very low, as most of the page is blue and the yellow text is barely visible. Is there some method by which I can make this blue text to yellow and the text under it as black or blue.
Please advice.

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