FloatingBox overflows onto new page

I am trying to add a bounded text area with a background color onto an existing pdf document. The requirement is that if the text is out of the bounded area it will simply be truncated off.

I am using aspose.total .net (pdf version 18.5.0). Here is the source file I am using as a test.

source.pdf (97.0 KB)

Below is an example of the code

const string text = $“This is a test{Environment.NewLine}This{Environment.NewLine}is a{Environment.NewLine}test{Environment.NewLine}This is a{Environment.NewLine}This is a test{Environment.NewLine}This{Environment.NewLine}is a{Environment.NewLine}test{Environment.NewLine}This is a”;
var doc = new Document(“source.pdf”);

const double x = 50.25;
const double y = 162.34;
const double width = 201;
const double height = 152;
var page = doc.Pages[1];

var box = new FloatingBox
Top = page.Rect.Height - (y + page.PageInfo.Margin.Bottom + height),
Left = x - page.PageInfo.Margin.Left,
Height = height,
Width = width,
BackgroundColor = Color.FromRgb(System.Drawing.ColorTranslator.FromHtml("#426bf4")),
HorizontalAlignment = global::Aspose.Pdf.HorizontalAlignment.Left,
VerticalAlignment = VerticalAlignment.Top,
Border = new BorderInfo(BorderSide.None),
IsKeptWithNext = true
var fragment = new TextFragment(text);
fragment.TextState.FontSize = 30;
fragment.IsInLineParagraph = true;


What you can see from the attached output is the text does not truncate, a new page seems to be created and a new box placed in the same location on the next page with the remainder of the text. I have tried setting the property IsKeptWithNext = true on the text fragment but this just locks up and never completes.

result.pdf (96.2 KB)


We managed to replicate the said behavior of the API in our environment. In order to achieve the requirement, an investigation has been logged under the ticket ID PDFNET-44707 in our issue tracking system. We have linked your post to this ticket and will keep you informed regarding any available updates.