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sanket.ramoliya  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, January 30, 2008 10:16:37 PM(UTC)
sanket.ramoliya

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Hi,

I have Aurigma Graphics Mill 4.1 for .net 2.0

I have a PSD file with one company name layer with left align and other
layer Telephone number with right Alignment.

But Left align is working fine whereas right align layer is not working
properly. For ex. right align layer displays output like left align(may be
it displays data based on left-top propery of layer). The property of
layer are follows.

Left Align Layer(Company Name) Property:
Layer left-top co-ordinates: 73,792
layer width: 481
layer height: 62
layer type: text
Font Name: Left(Alignment)
Text Bounding Box: X=69 Y=837


Right Align Layer(telephone number) Property:
Layer left-top co-ordinates: 1636,1019
layer width: 413
layer height: 56
layer type: text
Font Name: Right(Alignment)
Text Bounding Box: X=2053 Y=1062

For above two text layer, left align displays data proper whereas right
align does not display data proper. (Right align layer may displays data
according to left co-ordinates - 1636 instead it should display data right
align.)


So this is the alignment issue with Aurigma and PSD file layer. Can you
please help me to solve this alignment issue?


Thanks in advance.
Sanket Ramoliya

Alex Kon  
#2 Posted : Thursday, January 31, 2008 5:08:02 PM(UTC)
Alex Kon

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Hello,

Advanced PSD Add-on is just a parser. The add-on itself has no methods for PSD rendering, so I'm not quite understand you... Do you have some rendering issues in the application you developing? If so, could you provide us with some more information - maybe rendering code snippet or test application which reproduces the problem?

You can submit case if it is not acceptable for you to publish your code here.

Edited by user Thursday, May 22, 2008 2:50:25 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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