We use Aspose.Words to convert HTML documents to Word documents and then convert them to PDFs. We recently upgraded from Aspose.Words 126.96.36.199 to 188.8.131.52.
We noticed that in the older version embedded CSS was ignored for the most part. Once upgrading to the new version, the embedded CSS is now applied during the conversion. The documents we are converting are typically very old HTML docs and we really are not concerned with the CSS. The text content of the document is more important.
The upgrade has caused a lot of the HTML documents to render using the embedded styles, which in our case, make fonts larger. This forces some of the text in textarea controls to wrap to new lines that are not in the viewable area of the textarea. When the conversion is done those pieces of text end up being hidden in final PDF.
This leads me to two questions:
Is there an option that tells Aspose.Words to ignore embedded CSS when converting an HTML document?
Is there an option in Aspose.Words that will resize textareas so that all of the text inside of the textarea is visible after the conversion?
I could not seem to find either of these options and need to be sure they don’t exist before I can start exploring other solutions. Thanks.