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The UIExtensionsManager.enableLinkHighlight() interface is provided to set whether to enable highlighting the links in PDF documents. By default, the links in PDF documents will be highlighted. If you do not want to highlight link...
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Generally, the package uploaded to the website is supposed to work. It has been tested before it is uploaded. So, if you find the license key and serial number won't work, it may be caused by the time of your device. If the device...
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There are two ways to help you insert an image into a PDF file. The first one is calling PDFPage.addImageFromFilePath interface. You can refer to the following sample code which inserts an image into the first page of a PDF file: ...
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To add a link annotation to a PDF file, you should first call the PDFPage.addAnnot to add an annotation to a specified page, then call Action.Create to create an action, and set the action to the added link annotation. Following i...
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To display a specified page when opening a PDF file, the interface gotoPage (int pageIndex) should be used. Foxit PDF SDK for Android utilizes multi-thread to improve rendering speed, so please make sure the document has been load...
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Foxit PDF SDK for Android provides multiple interfaces to open a PDF document. You can open a PDF document from a specified PDF file path, or from a memory buffer. For from a specified PDF file path, there are two ways to do that....
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The UIExtension Component of Foxit PDF SDK for Android, iOS and UWP uses a "module-based" architecture, which refines each feature into a module. All of the modules except LocalModule (used for file management) will be loaded by d...
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Introduction to Foxit PDF SDK Foxit PDF SDK provides high-performance libraries to help any software developer add robust PDF functionality to their enterprise, mobile and cloud applications across all platforms (includes Windows,...
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