This FAQ is empty for now.
The information given here is based on limitations known to the author at the time of publishing version 1.0.beta. If you are a developer, you should also take a look at the issues page.
A1: The code to save a document "As seen on screen" in metafile format (either EMF or WMF) has been deactivated because some documents are not well rendered in this format. If you are a developer, you can get the source and activate this code. It may work for you if your document doesn't contain complex ROP codes. You can propose a fix too, and we will be glad to include it in the next distribution.
A2: In the "Options" dialog, ensure that the radio button "Save AS IS" is selected. Otherwise, the document will be saved at 100%, and the document rendered by Windows (GDI or GDI+), not by the EMFexplorer library.
A3.1: Check that the current zoom is at 100%.
A3.2: If the zoom is at 100% and the image looks smaller, this is probably a logical vs. physical DPI problem. This occurs when the original application put only a bitmap (not a metafile) in the clipboard. We create a metafile from the bitmap, but in the process we use the screen as the reference device. Click the [t] button to see "EMF as text": if your screen is set at 96dpi, you will notice that the EMF is at 81x81dpi.
A4: In this version, JPEG images are saved with a quality of 100% (almost no lost). In future versions, we should give the user control over this parameter.
A5: In this version, the following angles are allowed: 0, 90, 180, 270.
A6: White pixels are defined as RGB(255, 255, 255). A color like RGB(255, 255, 254) looks white to the human eye, but not to EMFexplorer. In this version there is no color interpolation. So color substitution is not smooth.
A7: In this version, you can just copy a whole page, and paste the clipboard content "AS A NEW" page.
A8: In this version, annotation is limited to this:
To set this information, pass in "Reflow Mode".
A9: The file insertion mechanism needs to be rethought. For now it is based on the assumption that all files composing a document are placed in the same directory. The document is considered as one entity that can be moved anywhere. In a document created progressively by paste (directory-free) and drag&drop, once one file is dropped, it gives its directory to the document. If this file is removed from the document, and no other file is disk-based, the document become directory-free again.
A10: In this version, the following file type are supported: