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Quick PDF Library 8.12 Beta 1, Includes 64-bit Support and Delphi XE2 Support

September 21, 2011

Quick PDF Library 8.12 beta 1 has been released and is ready for download and testing.

This new beta includes 64-bit support for the Delphi, ActiveX and DLL editions of Quick PDF Library, as well as support for Delphi XE2. Though please note that for 64-bit support this is very much a beta release and so you should not use it in a production environment yet. We look forward to hearing all of your feedback on the 64-bit version.

The 8.12 beta 1 installer can be downloaded from the button below.

Release Notes

Enhancements

  • 64-bit support for Delphi, DLL and ActiveX editions
  • Support for Delphi XE2 (Win32 and Win64)

Bug fixes

  • Bug fix in DrawHTMLText function, return characters in correct MSB/LSB order
  • Memory usage reduction for certain mono images

Technical Notes On Upgrading To Version 8

There were a number of technical changes to the Quick PDF Library API in version 8, so if you are still using version 7, and have not tried version 8 yet, you should take a look at a recent blog post that we made which outlines the various changes to the API:

Upgrading To Version 8

If you would like to upgrade to version 8 then you can do so on this page:

More information on upgrading to version 8 can be found online here.

Feedback! Any feedback large or small is appreciated. We’ll shortly be planning the next round of exciting new features for Quick PDF Library, so we’d really like to know what you want to see added to the SDK. Don’t be shy, email us at support@quickpdflibrary.com and have your say.

By Rowan | Comments (1) | Posted in News,Quick PDF Library,Releases

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