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#1 Posted : Monday, March 23, 2015 9:06:12 AM(UTC)

Mark99  
Mark99

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Posts: 5


Using Leadtools AnnAutomation v16.5.

Using a 3 page multi-page tif file that is about 80 kb in size, I added a couple of rubber stamps and file size increases to 800 kb. I deleted the annotations using the following code and the file size doesn't change:

_automation.SelectAll();
_automation.Delete();

RasterTagMetadata tag = _annCodecs.SaveToTag(_automation.Container, _tagFormat);

if (tag != null)
{
_codecs.DeleteTag(_imageFileName,this.imageViewerControl1._curPageNo, tag.Id);
}

Is there anyway to save the image or remove the tag so that the image file size is the same or close to the original size before applying the annotations? I notice the same issue occurs with the annotation demo.
 

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#2 Posted : Tuesday, March 24, 2015 1:03:10 AM(UTC)
Faris Shahin

Groups: Registered, Tech Support
Posts: 26


Mark99,

I need more information about this issue, so please send an email to support@leadtools.com and include the following:
1- The serial number of your product (Note: Do NOT post it here).
2- Build number (file properties version info) of Leadtools.Annotations.dll
3- Exact steps to reproduce the problem using our demos.
4- If this problem only occurs on a specific image, please include the image that triggers the problem. Please put the attachment(s) in a ZIP/RAR file before sending.
5- Reference (a link) to this forum post.
Faris Shahin
Developer Support Engineer
LEAD Technologies, Inc.

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