Okay, here's a stumper for the gurus: Why does PDF just "stop" on some strings and not print them?
Samples: http://uncommonground.com/events.pdf?date=7/1/2002 Look at the 19th, 21st, and 26th of July. Look at our on-line calendar: http://uncommonground.com/events.htm?date=7/01/2002 Source code: http://uncommonground.com/events.phps Now, tell me why the Bob Dylan tribute concert is all f'ed up in the PDF file. This is a Big Deal (tm). We can't print the calendar like this. And what's with McCarthy? Is that such a long name? You can even use "View Source" on the HTML to verify that there are no funky newline characters in the data, as I have. While we're at it: How about the '8' in '8 pm' in the middle of the "Don't Miss" block? And the '7' in the beginning of the area code of the phone number in the same block? What's with "holes" in the text being output? Is it just me? I've convinced my client to stop using 3 different software packages to maintain his calendar, and we can just "print from the web-site" instead of him entering it into his desktop all over again to print out the hundreds of calendars he goes through every month in the coffee-house. Now we need to print up July before he heads out of town tomorrow, and it's not working. PDF seems to choose, sometimes, for no apparent reason, to not use the full size of a text box available. The text "should" fit. Why doesn't it? Yes, the logs show me things like: [Tue Jul 2 18:51:00 2002] [error] Trying Becky Blocksom 7:00 PM, Jenny McCarthy Bienemann 7:00 PM, Roho 9:00 PM [Tue Jul 2 18:51:00 2002] [error] Leftover McCarthy Bienemann 7:00 PM, Roho 9:00 PM So, how come it doesn't like McCarthy so much? What is it about McCarthy that makes it always "not fit" into a text box? I know I sound cranky and frustrated -- Sorry. But, well, I am. :-) -- Like Music? http://l-i-e.com/artists.htm -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php