Last post Oct 08, 2019 02:22 PM by gabriel.santos
May 14, 2019 08:27 AM|selectpdf|LINK
SelectPdf Library for .NET – 2019 Vol 1 has just been released. Together with the full featured PDF library, the community edition of our SelectPdf Free Html To Pdf Converter for .NET v19.1 was also released.
SelectPdf has now .NET Core support available for both SelectPdf Commercial Library and Community Edition. The .NET Core version supports .NET Core 2.0 and above (through .NET Standard 2.0) on Windows systems.
Blink rendering engine (beta) was introduced in SelectPdf for .NET Core and .NET Framework (targeting 4.6.1 or newer).
SelectPdf for Library .NET – 2019 Vol 1
– Download: https://selectpdf.com/downloads/
SelectPdf Html To Pdf Converter for .NET Community Edition – v19.1
– Download: https://selectpdf.com/free-downloads/
For more details about our html to pdf converter or any other feature related to our PDF SDK for .NET, do not hesitate to SelectPdf.
Oct 08, 2019 02:22 PM|gabriel.santos|LINK
I've downloaded the community version of SelectPdf 19.1 and selected the Target Framework for 4.6.1 on my project. Still, I can't set the option:
HtmlToPdf converter = new HtmlToPdf();
converter.Options.RenderingEngine = RenderingEngine.Blink;
There is no option to set Blink as the rendering engine. How can I do that?
Because I have a code with a table and one of the TDs has a Rowspan="2" attribute. In this TD my borders are not being rendered as they should. So I would like to try with blink to see if it's going to work.