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RAD PDF 3.12 Released

Red Software is excited to announce RAD PDF 3.12, its newest ASP.NET (and ASP.NET Core) PDF web control / GUI (graphical user interface). The PDF reader, editor, form filler, and signature tools can now use client rendering (RenderAtClient) to print and search documents, allowing for all RAD PDF resources to be rendered client-side in modern browsers (and potentially without needing the RAD PDF System Service).

Radio button improvements and bug fixes are also implemented in this latest version. Some radio fields were incorrectly identified as checkbox fields and the NoToggleToOff flag is no longer assumed to always be set for radio fields.

This update also features a number of bug fixes including touch screen improvements and a work around for printing in Edge.

Additionally, Production Licenses have been renamed Server Licenses. Functionally, the licenses are the same, but we believe better communicates RAD PDF's licensing policies. If you have any questions, please contact Red Software.

This release is available free of charge to all RAD PDF licensees with an active Maintenance Plan.

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RAD PDF 3.11.5 Patch Update

Today, Red Software releases a patch update to RAD PDF, the feature-filled ASP.NET / ASP.NET Core GUI for PDF files.

Version 3.11.5 includes improvements, primarily to PDF rendering, and several minor bug fixes.

As we end the year, we would like to take this chance to thank our customers and all those who support us. This year would not have been a success without you. Thank you!

This release is available free of charge to all RAD PDF licensees with an active Maintenance Plan.

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RAD PDF 3.11 Released

Red Software is happy to release the latest version of the ASP.NET (and ASP.NET Core) PDF reader, editor, form filler, and signature web component, RAD PDF 3.11.

This update includes a number of PDF processing and rendering improvements. Tested against more PDF files than ever (millions every month at www.pdfescape.com), RAD PDF continues to lead the industry in compatibility and fidelity.

PDF form field calculations have also been improved, now following the internal calculation order so that even more complex forms work out-of-the-box with RAD PDF.

This release is available free of charge to all RAD PDF licensees with an active Maintenance Plan.

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RAD PDF 3.10.5 Service Update

Today, Red Software announces RAD PDF version 3.10.5, the newest update to the most feature-filled PDF reader, editor, form filler, form creator, and all purpose PDF GUI for ASP.NET and ASP.NET Core!

Improvements to the ASP.NET Core nuget package make for easier x86 and x64 deployments and development.

This update also includes a number of minor documentation clarifications, rendering improvements, and bug fixes.

This release is available free of charge to all RAD PDF licensees with an active Maintenance Plan.

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RAD PDF 3.9.5 Service Update

Today, Red Software releases version 3.9.5, a service update to its PDF reader, editor, form filler, signature tool, and more for ASP.NET web applications, RAD PDF. This distribution primarily focuses on fixes and smaller improvements to RAD PDF. This build further improves the PdfSignatureShape object (demonstrated here), particularly when using the popup GUI. Additionally, PdfLinkAnnotation objects can also now link to destinations using non-HTTP protocols (e.g. mailto: or tel:).

To simplify integrations with RAD PDF, the Document object is now accessible from the PdfIntegrationProvider's OnDocumentSaved method. This allows implementations to easily analyze user changes and the output PDF at the same time, simplifying tasks like post-processing the output PDF. Objects can now selectively be output to PDF or printed, allowing for objects to appear on screen, but not in outputs (or vice versa).

This update also has documentation improvements and other fixes.

This release is available free of charge to all RAD PDF licensees with an active Maintenance Plan.

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