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Re: [Swftools-common] Shaded Fills

From: raphael benzazon
Subject: Re: [Swftools-common] Shaded Fills
Date: Wed, 26 Mar 2008 13:08:48 +0000


I have adobe acrobat 8
in the top menu :
advanced option => pdf optimisation
then look in transparency maybe you can change the params

I have a french version so i'm not 100% sure of the menu labels

Also i just tried with the first pdf i found and it appears that i don't
have the possibility to modify predefined transparency params, maybe it
depends on the documents.

good luck


Jörg Birkhold a écrit :
> hi,
> I have acrobat cs3 but I can't find the option to transform it to a
> bitmap fill.
> You have any hint?
> Thanks
> Joerg
> Am 26.03.2008 um 13:24 schrieb raphael benzazon:
>> Hi,
>> When i get this kind of bug, i work on the pdf to make it easier.
>> Try in Adobe acrobat (not the reader) to optimise the files you want to
>> work on. Use the transparency option. It's possible to transform it into
>> bitmap fill.
>> If you see the in the swf that the color doesn't match perfectly, go
>> back to the original pdf, and work on the color profile, before to
>> raster the shadows.
>> In pdf2swf, maybe if you use the poly2bitmap option it will work
>> around this issue.
>> best luck
>> Raph
>> Jörg Birkhold a écrit :
>>> Hello,
>>> I have a urgent Problem it seems like pdf2swf doesn't handle shaded
>>> fills?
>>> I have this error:
>>> NOTICE File contains shaded fills
>>> and oval shapes which are throwing shadows in the pdf get a black
>>> rectangle around it still having a rectangle shadow?!
>>> is there anyway / switch to avoid this? can I preprocess the Pdf
>> somehow?
>>> best regards
>>> joerg

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