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PDF_fit_textflow

(PECL pdflib >= 2.0.0)

PDF_fit_textflowقالب‌بندی textflow در ناحیه مستطیلی

Description

string PDF_fit_textflow ( resource $pdfdoc , int $textflow , float $llx , float $lly , float $urx , float $ury , string $optlist )

قالب‌بندی قسمت بعدی textflow در ناحیه مستطیلی.

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Kiera
14 days ago
fit_textflow($tf, x_coord, y_coord, w_coord, h_coord, $opt)
    x_coord - number of pixels from the left
    y_coord - number of pixels from the bottom of the text box to the bottom of the PDF
    w_coord - number of pixels from the left to the right side of the box
    h_coord - number of pixels from the bottom of the PDF to the top of the text box
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Anonymous
2 years ago
As of v8 or v9 of PDFlib, some things have changed concerning pdf_fit_textflow . The example (2 posts above) which makes textflow extend accross multiple pages, may be necessary to be changed in this way:

do {
   
      ....

} while(strcmp($result, "_boxfull") == 0);
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David
10 years ago
NOTE!
This function is not supported in "PDFlib Lite" extension which is mostly been used by PHP-programmers.
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ctemple at xadvance dot com
11 years ago
This is an excerpt of code from the PDFlib Manual that has been modfied for PHP.  It fulfills the very common need to have a textflow extend accross multiple pages.

$pdf is the PDF file resource.  You may want to modify the page size (this is letter size) or the position of the textflow itself.

<?php

$thetext
= "INSERT YOUR MULTI-PAGE TEXT HERE";

$textflow = PDF_create_textflow($pdf, $thetext, "fontname=Tahoma fontsize=9 encoding=winansi");

do {
   
PDF_begin_page_ext($pdf, 612, 792, "");
   
$result = PDF_fit_textflow($pdf, $textflow, 50, 120, 550, 720, "");
   
PDF_end_page_ext($pdf, "");
} while (
strcmp($result, "_stop"));

PDF_delete_textflow($pdf, $t