I’ve had the same problem this week - the character in question was the LF char (chr(10)).
All I could do was to try to ensure CRLFs (chr(13) & chr(10)) were just using CRs (chr(13)).
This only happened on certain PCs too - mine was fine but my workmate’s wasn’t and I couldn’t find the missing link.
Also, this didn’t seem to be just an aspose problem, as the same happened when saving as PDF in MSWord on the offending PC.
Hi Code warrior,
Thanks for your reply. I work with the original poster and it’s great you’re looking into our issue. Unfortunately we’ve encountered this issue at a key point of our project and really need to get an idea of how quickly we might be able to get to a resolution. It would be great to know if you think this might be a bug in aspose, something to do with our implementation or if you have any suggestions for other methods we might use to replace multiple paragraphs within a PDF.
Can you let us know how we can share this code/template with you?
I am experiencing the same issue. Was this ever resolved?
Attached is a small sample project illustrating the issue. See notes on line 34.
I look forward to hearing back from you regarding your findings.
Sorry for the inconvenience faced. I have managed to observed the reported issue on my side and logged it in our bug tracking system as PDFNEWNET-35114 for further investigation and resolution. I've also linked your request to this issue and you will be notified as soon as it is resolved via this thread.
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