PdfViewer/PdfProcessing standard decoding

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  1. David
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    Posted 19 Feb 2015 Link to this post

    Good morning,
    i was just taking a deeper look at the two controls and it works realy well.
    So I have two little questions:
    - When i give my pdfviewer in xaml a documentsource, does it call my custom decode filter? Or i need to load/reload my pdf?
    - What are the standard decode filters for pdfviewer? I mean if i have no custom filter implemented which decode filter is used?

    Hope you can help me,

    mfg David
  2. David
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    Posted 19 Feb 2015 in reply to David Link to this post

    Hi, again the second question is already answered but a new one came up.
    It is possible to change the colorspace by implementing a custom filter?
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    Kammen
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    Posted 20 Feb 2015 Link to this post

    Hello David,

    Thank you for the interest in RadPdfViewer.

    1. Custom filter is used as soon as it is registered. You don't need to reload the document source if the registration happens before initializing the control (before InitializeComponents or in the static constructor).

    2. Currently changing the color space is not respected. We will consider respecting it but I cannot give you any time frame when it will be implemented. At this point the returned data should match the color space specified by the PdfObject.ColorSpace property.

    Hope this answers your questions.

    Regards,
    Kammen
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  5. David
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    Posted 20 Feb 2015 in reply to Kammen Link to this post

    Hi Kammen,

    You answered my questions perfectly.
    Thank you;)

    Regards
    David
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