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#1 Posted : Tuesday, February 20, 2007 11:40:03 PM(UTC)
spitzbueb1980

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Hi

The main demo isn't showing eps files correctly. See attached screenshots and eps files.

Regards
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#2 Posted : Friday, February 23, 2007 4:49:17 AM(UTC)

GregR  
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EPS files can have embedded thumbnails as well as the actual Post Script data.  In order to load the PostScript, you need to unlock support for PDF Read. 

You can load the thumbnails (if they have them) without unlocking PDF Read.  This is why one of your files is staticy looking and the other throws the error 20408.  The thumbnail in the first image (of the ski) must be bad and the other image (Nordica logo) must not have a thumbnail at all.  You should be able to set the ELO_FORCE_EPS_THUMBNAIL flag in the FILELOADOPTIONS structure to force the loading of the thumbnail rather than the post script data.  However, in the case of these images, it appears you will need PDF since the thumbnails appear to be either bad or nonexistent.

As you can see in the attached screenshot, both files load fine once PDF Read is unlocked (or if you temporarily use the NAG version of the dlls). 
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