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  • [SOLVED] PDF BUG, SQL BUG, BUG, BUG, BUG after the update

    - for PDF background image, we now have to specify the width and height of the image. Before, we could leave that to 0. I have to correct ALL my PDF apps..........

    -SQL : seems that global variables are not transmitted anymore, and of course that cause problems when you use them in a where expression.....



    I want the previous version.

    Sylvain

  • #2
    Hello,

    I sent you an e-mail to check all problems.
    Best Regards,
    John L. Santos

    Bug Tracker Team
    NetMake - IT Solutions

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    • #3
      Hello,

      The application of Report PDF received last release some changes in the positioning of the background image.
      In application settings, let the margin settings for Upper Margin, Bottom Margin, Right Margin, Left Margin

      Remember that these settings are in millimeters.
      SÚrgio Travassos
      NetMake - IT Solutions

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      • #4
        Hi Sergio,

        It has also been mentioned above, that we now must also enter the width and the height of the image, and that is in px. However, in order for me to get an image that I previously used to size properly, I had to trial and error until I got the px values right.

        For an image previously used (1240x1754px - A4 background) I had to set the values to 190x269px. So just what is the values supposed to represent. What relevance does 190x269 actually mean?

        Thanks

        Tony
        Last edited by fiscal; 05-23-2015, 04:52 AM.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by fiscal View Post
          Hi Sergio,

          It has also been mentioned above, that we now must also enter the width and the height of the image, and that is in px. However, in order for me to get an image that I previously used to size properly, I had to trial and error until I got the px values right.

          For an image previously used (1240x1754px - A4 background) I had to set the values to 190x269px. So just what is the values supposed to represent. What relevance does 190x269 actually mean?

          Thanks

          Tony
          Probably cm ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centimetre )
          /Giuseppe

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