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iText doc crashes Adobe with fast view

Paul Krasucki

I have created pdfs using iText (first concatenating
multiple documents with PdfCopy, then adding some
stuff with PdfStamper). While they are fine on most
viewers, they crash viewer with 'Fast view' on. I
don't linearize pdfs, still they should not crash
(other pdfs created in a similar way but without
stamping work). There must be something in some of the
structures describing the contents of pdf
(dictionaries?) which cause reader to crash. Any
suggestions what to look for?
Thanks,
-Paul


               
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Re: iText doc crashes Adobe with fast view

Paulo Soares
Suggestions only after looking at the PDF.

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Subject: [iText-questions] iText doc crashes Adobe with fast view



I have created pdfs using iText (first concatenating
multiple documents with PdfCopy, then adding some
stuff with PdfStamper). While they are fine on most
viewers, they crash viewer with 'Fast view' on. I
don't linearize pdfs, still they should not crash
(other pdfs created in a similar way but without
stamping work). There must be something in some of the
structures describing the contents of pdf
(dictionaries?) which cause reader to crash. Any
suggestions what to look for?
Thanks,
-Paul



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