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#1 Posted : Friday, September 29, 2017 4:40:28 PM(UTC)
Nick Villalobos

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When working with SVG files and the LEADTOOLS SDK, there are some methods within the SVG Document class that require flat SVGs to be used. To convert a non-flat document to a flat one, in-place, use the SvgDocument.Flat method. This method accepts an SvgFlatOptions parameter that can contain the final desired size of the document in pixels. If this parameter is omitted or the value of the size is 0, then SvgDocument will try calculating the final size automatically

Below you will find a code snippet on how you can use the SvgFlatOptions Class


RasterCodecs codecs = new RasterCodecs();

using (SvgDocument doc = codecs.LoadSvg(svg, 24, null) as SvgDocument)
    if (doc.IsFlat != true)
        SvgFlatOptions options = new SvgFlatOptions();

        //automatically calculate the size of the flattened SVG document
        options.Size = LeadSizeD.Empty;

        //flatten the document

    Console.WriteLine("SVG is now a flat document");
    //save SVG
    doc.SaveToFile(dest, null);

Nick Villalobos
Developer Support Engineer
LEAD Technologies, Inc.


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