The free parser shipped with FPDI. (See for more details)' in /home/mepublic/public_html/app/fpdi/ I am importing each page and saving that as a seperate pdf file. I am doing a loop to; FPDI/ on line -. Below is the script I. #2 /home/wp_zta8yy/: FPDI->_getPdfParser('/home/wp_zta8yy.
|Published:||8 November 2016|
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I've been using it for a year now and haven't had any PDFs it couln't parse unless the PDF was corrupt or had something else weird going on.
I worked around the issue by converting all non-workable Fpdi pdf parser php files to v1. If you have a PSR-4 autoloader implemented, just register the src path as follows: The classes and traits are namespaced now: Use width instead of w and height instead of h.
Example and Documentation A simple example, that imports a single page and places this onto a new created page: You can fpdi pdf parser php the downloaded version here. If you have any issues, comments, suggestions, etc. It did not work as we could expect.
It seemed that something like this had been enabled on page level. At least with this given file ghostscript did the same rotation with or without the flag.