New release iTextSharp 3.0.8 (2005-10-19)

Changes in iTextSharp 3.0.8 (2005-10-19)

- added support for tagged PDFs. The high level objects don't generate tags
  yet, but it's possible to create a fully legal tagged PDF using PdfContentByte.

- Image.skip() didn't check for EOF.

- Image.toUrl() didn't escape the filename chars.

- in AcroFields lists couldn't be set by the export value

- fixed the image alignment in ColumnText.addElement()

- PdfReader made the wrong assumption that the trailer word was always followed by '\n'.

- PdfReader checks for /Content null.

- Identity-H fonts with subset==false will include all the font.

- possible to create an empty PdfAnnotation.

- case insensitive font search in FontFactory and a much better font family pairing.

- XMP support

- many RTF changes, see the CVS logs for more details

- added a page event forwarder

- OTF fonts didn't have the subset prefix

- added adjustable margins to text fields to better mimic Acrobat's layout

- StreamReader replaced with TextReader in SimpleXMLParser

- added PdfWriter.ReleaseTemplate() to free resources before Close()

- flattening all fields didn't clear the acroform field array

- added support for flattening free text annotations

- Fix concerning automatic splitting of large tables (related to Table)

- beads are removed from pages to avoid dragging unnecessary objects

- added Transform(System.Drawing.Drawing2D.Matrix)

- Special PageEvents implementation that allows you to build an index

- fixed several conversion bugs with CFF fonts

- support for macro PDF417

- added WebColors

- Adding Images to a SimpleCell is allowed

- Rectangle.BorderWidthTop/get returned the right border

- added some extra constant values that can be used as parameter when creating a List

- Conversion bug in FontFactory.IsRegistered()

- component red was duplicated in Color constructor

- ChapterAutoNumber for chapters/sections that are automatically numbered (by Michael Niedermair)
Posted by Paulo Soares 2005-10-19

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