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Old 04-22-2008, 04:39 PM   #25
nrapallo
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Originally Posted by donovand View Post
I realized after I read this that the libpng bug was creating page.png's and not N.png, so it looked like all the temporary files were being deleted. Now I understand that there are two types of temporary file: the final images (that get put into the eBook) and the intermediate files getting to that image. I hereby recind my ticket.
I have already responded and resolved your ticket; to both our satisifaction it would seem.

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You're welcome. Glad to help. Sorry I wasn't clear about that.... I was testing on the Mac. That being said, if a windows person had an old version of libpng, then I suspect they might have a similar problem.
So does PDFRead 1.8.2 (minus the GUI) work on a Mac now? If so, did you have to do anything, other than normal, to get it working?

I do have a lingering 'bug' where several images are converted and one of those images mysteriously does not appear in the final ebook created. Now I know what the culprit could be. The image gets processed, but then (silently) doesn't get created. Sounds like your original problem!
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