PDFlib product family patched

May 18, 2010 - 20:46
Patch Release
PDFlib product family patched
A PDF merge example in PDFlib.

Changes in the PDFlib Block plugin:

  • Support for the new automatic script and position detection
  • Improvements for the Japanese user interface (Windows only)
  • Re-introduced keyboard shortcuts
  • XML configuration file to control aspects of the user interface
  • Improved PDF form-field-to-Block conversion
  • Several minor bug fixes

Updates in 8.0.1

Changes in the PDFlib product family:

  • Automatic script and position (right/left) detection for bidi text
  • Process certain JPEG-compressed TIFF images which previously have been rejected
  • Better color handling for JPEG images with Exif data
  • More workarounds for damaged PDF and font input files
  • Improved treatment of Unicode CMaps for better handling of OpenType
  • Features in Japanese fonts and smaller PDF output
  • Various improvements specific to platforms and language bindings
  • Optimized file size and loading time of shared libraries
  • Enhanced build system
  • General bug fixes

Changes in the PDFlib Block plugin:

  • Support for the new automatic script and position detection
  • Improvements for the Japanese user interface (Windows only)
  • Re-introduced keyboard shortcuts
  • XML configuration file to control aspects of the user interface
  • Improved PDF form-field-to-Block conversion
  • Several minor bug fixes

About PDFlib

Munich-based PDFlib GmbH, founded in 2000, develops and sells leading edge components for server-centric generation and processing of PDF documents. PDFlib customers use the software for automated and high volume generation and processing of PDF documents in business and prepress workflows or for online billing systems. The components produced by PDFlib GmbH are readily available for all common environments (operating systems and programming languages) as commercial versions and partially as open source. PDFlib GmbH sells worldwide with main markets in North America, Germany and Japan.