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Todd Kneib  
#1 Posted : Thursday, March 18, 2021 1:57:02 PM(UTC)
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We are getting contents from a PDF frame, sometimes we need to rotate the GraphicsContainer before calling DrawContainer on our output AdvancedGraphics instance.
I tried using a pipeline against the PDFFrame, but the results of the pipeline is a raster bitmap, I need the contents to remain paths (which is what is in the PDF Frame)

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var pdfReader = new PdfReader(@"C:\temp\16x12_indoorPillow_CutFile.pdf", artwork.DpiX, artwork.DpiY);
var frameStuff = pdfReader.Frames[0];
Pipeline pip = new Pipeline();
pip.Add(frameStuff);
pip.Add(new Rotate(90));

// the result of the pipeline is a raster image
graphics.DrawImage(pip, 150, 150);
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Todd Kneib  
#2 Posted : Monday, March 22, 2021 9:25:58 AM(UTC)
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Figured it out.

What you have to do is apply a transform to the graphics then draw the container, and then reset the transform before continuing

Code:
graphics.Transform.Translate(container.Height, 0);
graphics.Transform.RotateAt(90, new System.Drawing.PointF(artwork.Width + 200, 150));
graphics.DrawContainer(container, artwork.Width + 200, 150);
graphics.Transform.RotateAt(-90, new System.Drawing.PointF(artwork.Width + 200, 150));
graphics.Transform.Translate(-container.Height, 0);


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