AccessViolationException occurred in GdPicture.NET.14.dll

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fervelas
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AccessViolationException occurred in GdPicture.NET.14.dll

Post by fervelas » Tue Aug 08, 2017 5:32 am

Hello guys,

I'm having an issue with the latest release of GdPicture.NET; I just recently downloaded the latest trial available and I'm using the Csharp-Document Clean Up sample as-is to load a TIFF file and to try out some of the cleanup functions included. The TIFF file loads and shows up correctly on screen, but whenever I use the "Remove punch holes feature" I get a "AccessViolationException occurred in GdPicture.NET.14.dll" exception raised. The weird thing about it is that if I select Right or Bottom margins from the available options then no error occurs, but all the rest of the options raise the same exception.

I'm attaching the sample TIFF file which I use to reproduce the issue, any help with this would be greatly appreciated!
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Re: AccessViolationException occurred in GdPicture.NET.14.dll

Post by Loïc » Tue Aug 08, 2017 10:04 pm

Hi,

I can not reproduce the problem. Could you cross check you are on the latest build?

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Loïc

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Re: AccessViolationException occurred in GdPicture.NET.14.dll

Post by fervelas » Wed Aug 09, 2017 7:31 pm

Hello Loïc,

I didn't realize that v14.0.0.15 came up about 5 days ago, I was working with 14.0.0.12 but now that I upgraded to the latest build the problem has been solved.

I do have another observation though:

I applied the Remove Punch Holes cleanup method to the attached sample in my OP, but no cleanup was done in the left margin of the page; instead, the cleanup cut off a couple of letters from the top logo of the invoice, misidentifying them as punch holes while leaving the more obvious ones on the left margin.

Any thoughts on how I might improve the cleanup process so the left margin punch holes can be automatically cleaned to some extent?

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