I seen someone else posted a problem with the Slow Printing using the .Net GdViewer.
I'm having the exact same problem, ie where it is increasing the size of the file hugely when it sends it to the printer and taking a very long time to print.
Is there any fix for this yet, as it is causing a lot of problems?
I'm using version 126.96.36.199
I've tried printing a few pdf documents.
For example, I tried printing a 7.43 KB pdf file and it sends it to the printer as 18.7 MB.
I tried printing a 3.98 MB pdf file and it sends it to the printer as 107 MB.
The code I'm using in a dummy app to test the Viewer is below:
(I've tried a few different settings, this should be low quality/low resolution)
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Private Sub Form1_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load GdViewer1.ZoomMode = GdPicture.ViewerZoomMode.ZoomModeToViewer GdViewer1.DisplayQuality = GdPicture.DisplayQuality.DisplayQualityLow GdViewer1.PdfRenderPageToGdPictureImage(10, 1) GdViewer1.SetLicenseNumberUpgrade("XXX", "XXX") GdViewer1.DisplayFromFile("C:/invoice.pdf") End Sub Private Sub UltraButton1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles UltraButton1.Click GdViewer1.PrintSetColorMode(GdPicture.PrinterColorMode.PrinterColorModeGray) GdViewer1.PrintSetQuality(GdPicture.PrintQuality.PrintQualityLowResolution) GdViewer1.Print() End Sub
We are investigating.
Could you try the latest GdPicture.NET 6.4 release ? Some printing issue have been fixed.
With best regards,
PS: Please, try to don't write your license information's on the forum !
I'm afraid still getting same problem.
It's not increasing the size of the file as much when sending to printer, but still increasing it significantly and causing much slower printing.
Printer is: HP LaserJet M2727 MFP Series PCL 6.
We never had this problem with the Active X version of the control, using the same printers.
I'm not sure to understand this:
Could you be clearer ?It's not increasing the size of the file as much when sending to printer, but still increasing it significantly and causing much slower printing.
Could you send the PDF you are testing at esupport (at) gdpicture (dot) com ?
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