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; Title .........: UDF for "Debenu Quick PDF Library"
; AutoIt Version : 188.8.131.52++
; Language ......: English
; Description ...: A collection of functions for Debenu Quick PDF Library
; Author(s) .....: mLipok
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I would like to present, the UDF for Debenu Quick PDF Library
First time installing Debenu Quick PDF Library:
You can download demo here:
file "DebenuPDFLibraryLite1012.dll" or "DebenuPDFLibraryAX1014.dll" must be in @ScriptDir
if you want to try you must download it from here:
after install you can find this dll in:
"c:\Program Files (x86)\DebenuPDF Library\ActiveX\DebenuPDFLibraryAX1014.dll"
"c:\Program Files (x86)\DebenuPDF Library\Lite\DebenuPDFLibraryLite1012.dll"
!!! you can change DLL to newer version using _QPDF_NewLibraryPath_Commercial()
EDIT: actualy (19-06-2015) there is DebenuPDFLibraryAX1115.dll and DebenuPDFLibraryLite1115.dll
to use the commercial version you need to use the _QPdf_SetLicenseKey() AutoIt 184.108.40.206++ For UDF and examples download, and the current version information please go to download section:
The following information are outdated
This UDF is because I'm tired of trying to use UI Automation and Send to automate Adobe Acrobat. I often need to read the contents of PDFs and Acrobat is not easy to work with as a window. The functions are based on the API Reference from Adobe located here.
Acrobat Pro is required for all functions.
It's very beta right now, but it still seems to work. Currently, the functions are based around page level manipulation of PDF documents: re-arranging, swapping, deleting, and moving pages as this is what I use the most.
Please feel free to request/suggest features!
I am looking to create a script which refreshes/reads a webpage every few seconds. My goal is to see if the page has changed, then I will send myself a notification that the webpage has been updated.
However, rather than downloading the entire webpage every single time, is there a way to check when the webpage last updated?
If not, is there away to partially download/read html source until a specific tag is hit?
Goal: I would like to increase my poll rate and not excessively waste data.