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RAD PDF 3.4 Released

Red Software is excited to announce version 3.4 of its ASP.NET PDF viewer, editor, form filler, and more, RAD PDF!

This version includes optimizations for RAD PDF Lite Documents, which can now re-use resources when one or more documents are based on the same PDF. This version also features a number of minor improvements (like Safari 11 touch support) and a rendering improvement for signed PDF files with other annotations.

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

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RAD PDF 2.37 Released

Red Software is proud to release version 2.37 of RAD PDF, the ASP.NET PDF viewer, PDF editor, PDF form filler, PDF signer, and more. The new PdfSignatureShape object allows signatures to be easily captured in specific regions of RAD PDF documents. The PdfSignatureShape object can be drawn on using a mouse or touch device. All marks made outside of the box will be removed making it easy to limit where a user draws.

See a sample with the new PdfSignatureShape in action!

With this update, RAD PDF can be configured to use lower overhead local WCF connections without encryption for high performance environments. For advanced use environments, RAD PDF now supports multiple PdfIntegrationProviders in different virtual directories. This makes it easier to setup multiple RAD PDF implementations inside the same web site.

This release also includes minor bug fixes and other enhancements.

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

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Freehand Draw / Sign PDF Files Using PDFescape, Free

Red Software is proud to announce the release of a powerful new feature for PDFescape, the free PDF editor!

Now supporting "freehand" drawing, PDFescape enables users to add annotations, signatures, or hand drawn graphics anywhere on a PDF document. Simply click the new "Freehand" tool on PDFescape's "Insert" tab to start. Then click and drag anywhere on the page, adding ink where your mouse moves.

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