[poppler] Annot rendering improvements
lrosenth at adobe.com
Sun Apr 1 12:47:44 PDT 2012
Yes, the raw object has a /Rect of [0 0 100 100].
HOWEVER, it doesn't have a prebuilt appearance. As such, Acrobat/Reader
(or any other viewer) has to regenerate an appearance in order to render
it to the page. Since your line has an L (the actual line coords) of [0 0
200 200], that causes Acrobat/Reader to generate a new bounding box that
incorporates the entire line as that is what one would expect.
So no bug in Acrobat, but Poppler should probably do the same thing.
On 4/1/12 4:03 AM, "Fabio D'Urso" <fabiodurso at hotmail.it> wrote:
>> From: lrosenth at adobe.com
>> To: fabiodurso at hotmail.it; poppler at lists.freedesktop.org
>> Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2012 21:19:06 -0700
>> Subject: Re: [poppler] Annot rendering improvements
>> Acrobat & Adobe Reader must certainly clip an annotations appearance to
>> the bounding area of the annotation.
>> If you have an example PDF where this is not the case, I would very much
>> like to see it.
>6 0 obj
>/Rect [ 0 0 100 100 ]
>/P 3 0 R
>/C [ 1 0 0 ]
>/LE [ /None /None ]
>/L [ 0 0 200 200 ]
>/Popup 8 0 R
>If I understand the specs correctly, it should only show the lower half
>poppler does), no?
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