On Oct 20, 2009, at 2:40 PM, Floyd Resler wrote:
As far as I know ezPDF can't do what you want it to do. Of course,
you could always modify the code the suite your needs. Since it
already draws tables it probably wouldn't be too difficult to modify
it draw row backgrounds of different colors.
I got it to draw the different background colors successfully.
However, drawing borders is not as straight forward. I'm sure I could
get it working as well... but I'd rather it work *out of the box*.
Thanks for the suggestion. ;)
On Oct 20, 2009, at 3:25 PM, Philip Thompson wrote:
On Oct 19, 2009, at 4:21 PM, Floyd Resler wrote:
Nope. I've never had any troubles with it. I've been able to
produce all kinds of PDFs including loan agreements, inventory
pick lists with barcodes, and various others. I find it
incredibly powerful and easy to use.
Sorry if this is slightly OT.
I've been messing around with ezPdf for a little bit and it doesn't
appear to be able to allow for custom background colors or borders
on a per-row basis. Meaning, I have the option to color every other
line a single color... but I can't color every line a different
color if I want. Am I missing something here?
Basically, with the reports I'm currently generating, every row
could be a different color than the previous - it depends on
various factors. This is easy to accomplish with HTML/CSS. If this
isn't possible (or at least easily-accomplishable), then ezPdf may
not be for me.
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