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Id: 77606
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Queue: PDF-Create

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Owner: MANWAR [...] cpan.org
Requestors: ackster [...] cyberdude.com
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Subject: Question or bug PDF::Create
Date: Sun, 3 Jun 2012 16:30:40 -0400
To: bug-PDF-Create [...] rt.cpan.org
From: Mark <ackster [...] cyberdude.com>
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bug-PDF-Create, The StringC funtion does not seem to be working or I am not using in correctly. I am assuming the differance between the functions ar as follows. Sting - (x,y) is left, bottom. Text is printed left to right starting at x,y StingR - (x,y) is right, bottom. Text will end at (x,y) StringC - (x,y) is center, bottom. Text will be centered at (x,y) Even the example you include with the package that uses StringC prints everything out left justified. It may be a problem with "string_width(font,text)" string_width on my system always returns 0. Therefore, if you are using string_width internally to do the calculations, you will always get left justified. Is this a bug or am I miising some type of setup. Thank You Mark mailto:ackster@cyberdude.com
Subject: Re: [rt.cpan.org #77606] AutoReply: Question or bug PDF::Create
Date: Sun, 3 Jun 2012 20:06:29 -0400
To: Bugs in PDF-Create via RT <bug-PDF-Create [...] rt.cpan.org>
From: Mark <ackster [...] cyberdude.com>
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Hello Bugs, After a bit more fooling around I found the routines will will with the Time-Roman font. Mark mailto:ackster@cyberdude.com Sunday, June 3, 2012, 4:30:59 PM, you wrote: Show quoted text
BiPCvR> Greetings,
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BiPCvR> The StringC funtion does not seem to be working or I am not using in BiPCvR> correctly. I am assuming the differance between the functions ar as BiPCvR> follows.
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BiPCvR> Sting - (x,y) is left, bottom. Text is printed left to right starting BiPCvR> at x,y
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BiPCvR> StingR - (x,y) is right, bottom. Text will end at (x,y)
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BiPCvR> StringC - (x,y) is center, bottom. Text will be centered at (x,y)
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BiPCvR> Even the example you include with the package that uses StringC prints BiPCvR> everything out left justified.
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BiPCvR> It may be a problem with "string_width(font,text)" string_width on my BiPCvR> system always returns 0. Therefore, if you are using string_width BiPCvR> internally to do the calculations, you will always get left justified.
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BiPCvR> Is this a bug or am I miising some type of setup.
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BiPCvR> Thank You
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BiPCvR> Mark mailto:ackster@cyberdude.com
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Hi, Please let us know if you need us to look into this further. If not can we/you please close this ticket? Many Thanks. Best Regards, Mohammad S Anwar


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