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Quality when zooming not good

Hi,


We have a floorplan pdf but when we try to open in in the Groupdocs.Annotation 2.0.0 that quality diminishes.

We have changed the properties to make the quality better
emScaling=true
quality=100
isUseHtmlBasedEngine=true.
isUseImageBasedPrinting=false
isUsePngImagesForHtmlBasedEngine=false

We noticed the Java Annotations library seems to generate a png file for the whole view of the pdf and uses it for viewing.

1. Does the Java Annotations library generate an svg file or anything to keep the quality of the pdf which is in vector images?

We have attached the pdf file(pdf2.zip) and the screenshot when viewing at 600% zoom (111.png)
We also attached what it looks like when zoomed in pdf (zoom_when_in_pdf.png). What it should look like when viewing in the Annotations

2. How do we make the text highlightable or selectable?

3. Not sure if we’re setting the UseHtmlBasedEngine for Annotations. Is it possible to use this? If so, may we ask how?

Thanks.
Hello,

Thank you for your request .

You are right, our GroupDocs.Annotation 2.0.0 for Java library generates a .png file for the view and unfortunately it can not generate .svg file. Also text highlight feature doesn't work in the Annotation library as well and UseHtmlBasedEngine parameter . These features supported only in the GroupDocs.Viewer for Java library.

We glad to inform you, that we have released a new generation of the GroupDocs.Annotation Java library 3.1.0 version , it is different from the legacy version. So we recommend you to migrate to the new version if it will be possible , because we will not support the legacy version of the library anymore.


If you will have any questions for the new generation library, then please create a new forum thread and mark it as for 3.1.0 version.


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Best regards,
Evgen Efimov

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Hi Evgen,


Thank you for your reply.

In the new generation of the GroupDocs.Annotation Java library 3.1.0 version

1. Does it use the UseHtmlBasedEngine parameter of the viewer?

2. Will the new library able to generate an svg or high quality image for the view.

We want the quality of the image wouldn't diminish when zooming during view.

Thank you.

Hello,


Thank you for coming back.

We have moved your last post to the new thread. Please be patient we will answer you ASAP.

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Best regards,

Evgen Efimov


http://groupdocs.com
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Hi Evgen,


We found these links

http://www.groupdocs.com/docs/display/annotationjava/Product+Overview+and+Features

http://www.groupdocs.com/blog/groupdocs-annotation-for-java-library-annotate-pdf-office-and-image-files

How do we able to convert the documents to HTML+CSS+SVG to render the documents in Annotations.Java 2.0.0 and Annotations.Java 3.1.0?

Thanks.
Hello,

Please note, GroupDocs.Annotation for Java 3.x is totally back-end API having no UI or any other dependency.

The links you've provided are referring to older version of the GroupDocs.Annotaion for Java 2.x. We would like to tell you that the integrated UI/Viewer support that was in the older version of the API, has been disintegrated now.

Following are links for the Next Generation GroupDocs.Annotation for Java 3.x.

Features Overview
Release Blogpost

How do we able to convert the documents to HTML+CSS+SVG to render the documents in Annotations.Java 2.0.0 and Annotations.Java 3.1.0?

We are investigating your scenario we shall come back to you with the outcomes.

Please stay tuned.

Hello,


Currently, GroupDocs.Annotation for Java 3.1.0 HTML+CSS+SVG is not supporting conversion. We have created a ticket regarding this in our issue tracking system. The product team will look into this. You’ll be notified via this forum thread in the case of further updates.

Please stay tuned.
Hi Muhammad

Thank you for your reply

Adding HTML+CSS+SVG in Java Annotation 3.1.0 would be really great.

Hello,


You are welcome, thanks.