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prateek.shrestha at wartburg.edu
Sat Apr 12 22:35:30 EDT 2008
I am working on a program in python that needs to create reports in .pdf format. I have to make report that has many data in tabular form that has like 15 rows and 5 columns and need to pass the values from varibales. For example: "The average value: is %2f", avg_val, where avg_val is the variable containing the average value. I was wondering if anyone has any information on how to create such reports using reportlab.
Thanks in advance!
From: reportlab-users-bounces at reportlab.com on behalf of Tim Roberts
Sent: Fri 4/11/2008 4:25 PM
To: Support list for users of Reportlab software
Subject: Re: [reportlab-users] Image Masking Transpancy When Printing
Jeremy Orosco wrote:
> I am not certain as to if I have ran into a program issue or a
> programming issue, so I figure I should start at the root.
> When I generate a PDF with a masked image, it looks fine on screen.
> The issue comes when I print. Once I print the document the masked
> image is no longer masked. Is there a way to correct this, or is this
> a setting within Acrobat?
Was this printed on a Postscript printer? Remember that masked image
support is a Postscript Level 3 feature. If your printer has Postscript
Level 2, as many do, then it can't support masked images.
Tim Roberts, timr at probo.com
Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.
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