I’m having trouble getting the Zindex to work properly. I’m trying to add a watermark to my pdf and used the example in the documentation. I was able to show the watermark and position it properly, but it’s being rendered in front of the text. No matter what value I use for the ZIndex, it’s still in front of the text. If it helps, it does get put behind checkboxes and radio buttons. Here’s a snippet of my code:
Dim pdf1 As Pdf = New Pdf() Dim license As Aspose.Pdf.License = New Aspose.Pdf.License license.SetLicense("Aspose.Pdf.lic") Dim image2 As Aspose.Pdf.Image = New Aspose.Pdf.Image() image2.ImageInfo.File = "http://www.rdtinc.com/images/logos/cep_logo_background.gif" image2.ImageInfo.ImageFileType = ImageFileType.gif image2.ImageScale = 1f Dim watermark1 As FloatingBox = New FloatingBox() watermark1.left = -65 watermark1.top = 75 watermark1.ZIndex = -100 watermark1.Paragraphs.Add(image2) pdf1.watermarks.add(watermark1) Dim sec1 As Section = pdf1.Sections.Add() Dim myText = New Text(sec1, "Instead of saving labor, the new gadgets shift it, from store employees to shoppers. Users weigh, scan, and bag their own purchases, preferably in reusable cloth bags, priced at 99 cents each. Good for the environment, and for the bottom line. No wonder the bags are green. When I asked Stop & Shop spokesman Robert Keane about how all this technology will reduce labor costs, he deftly sidestepped the question. This is something to really offer the customer choices, he said. And of course, he's right. After years as a faithful Shaw's customer, I switched to the Stop & Shop in Quincy because its grocery tech gets me in and out of the store so much faster. Besides, it's cool. Especially the device at the heart of the Stop & Shop system, the Scan It personal scanner. Shaped like a bar of soap with a pistol grip, the Scan It has been deployed in about 90 Stop & Shops, the first large-scale deployment of the system anywhere in the world. Scan It is a lot sleeker and simpler than the first personal scanners introduced by Stop & Shop in 2005. The old device, called Shopping Buddy, was about as big and heavy as a laptop computer and overburdened with features shoppers didn't need, like a digital map of the store or games to keep children occupied while their parents shopped.") sec1.Paragraphs.Add(myText) pdf1.Save("survey",SaveType.OpenInBrowser,Response) Response.End()
Thanks for your help!