GdPicture.NET 9.1 New Medium Release
A medium release of GdPicture.NET 9 Document Imaging SDK with a new set of features is now available.
Below is the list of the main changes:
- Added support for loading the entire document into the memory before the start of the decoding process. This allows subsequently overwriting or deleting the source file.
- Stream support improvement. Documents can now be loaded from non-seekable stream objects.
- Added item insertion in the ThumbnailEx control.
- Owner drag & drop support in ThumbnailEx. New example in VB & C# added demonstrating drag & drop between two ThumbnailEx objects.
- Added asynchronous support for item deletion, modification & insertion in the ThumbnailEx control.
- Improved image compression performances.
- Improved TWAIN support with Citrix and WPF applications.
- Improved document rendering speed.
- PDF catching mechanism improved, especially for image attributing extraction.
- Improved document type identification by header analysis.
- Improvement of the image resizing algorithm to provide better output quality.
- Fixed some interop issue with C++ Builder XE2.
- GdViewer: new method GetObjectInterop()
- Improved CMYK tiff saving.
- Improved PDF packing algorithm to generate smaller document and improving processing time.
- Fixed temporary file generation issue during TWAIN acquisition.
The changes in the GdpictureImaging class,ThumbnailEx class and GdViewer (new overloads, methods and properties) are available on the GdPicture 9 changelog forum post at http://forums.gdpicture.com/
Gdpicture.NET 9.1 can be downloaded and evaluated for 30 days for free on the GdPicture website at http://www.gdpicture.com/
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