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Subject: importpage doesn't merge pages properly
I try to "merge" a simple page pdf file as watermark to every pages of the attached pdf file. However the script complete without problem. But the result pdf file isn't correct with some errors like "unrecognized token '...' was found.' The attached pdf has bookmark within it. Once I removed the bookmark, it works as expected. Perl 5.8.4. PDF::API 0.40.86 on windows 2000 professional. Best regards, Steve.

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From: steve_wu@iinet.net.au
Clarify one point. importpage doesn't work properly if I'm going to update an existing pdf. It works fine if I create a new one and import pages from the pdf no matter the original pdf has bookmarks or not. But it would be nice if I can update the original pdf directly so I can preseve the existing bookmarks in the original document. Regards, Steve. [guest - Thu Feb 10 22:51:57 2005]:
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> I try to "merge" a simple page pdf file as watermark to every pages of > the attached pdf file. However the script complete without problem. > But the result pdf file isn't correct with some errors like > "unrecognized token '...' was found.' The attached pdf has > bookmark within it. Once I removed the bookmark, it works as > expected. > > Perl 5.8.4. PDF::API 0.40.86 on windows 2000 professional. > > Best regards, > Steve.
[guest - Thu Feb 10 23:23:42 2005]:
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> > But the result pdf file isn't correct with some errors like > > "unrecognized token '...' was found.' The attached pdf has > > bookmark within it. Once I removed the bookmark, it works as > > expected. > > > > Perl 5.8.4. PDF::API 0.40.86 on windows 2000 professional. > >
could you also give a sample script that reproduces this ? cheers, -- fredo


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