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    [F8] Generating Vector File from Flash Web Application??

    I am just wondering if anyone can help with my query.

    I want to know if it is possible to create a vector based file (PDF) from a web based Flash application. The application would be a 'Design it yourself' type deal, it would just be a fancy text generator. All this will be designed by the user using the flash application.

    What I want to know is once the user has finished designing their text, can this 'creation' then be exported as preferably a PDF, or Jpg, etc. once the user submits the design?

    Hope that makes sense, let me know if more clarification is needed. I only need to know if it is possible or not.

    Any help greatly appreciated.

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    sure can. The file will be raster based though (pdf/jpg are not vector). Check out this link here. Easiest way I know how:

    http://www.sephiroth.it/tutorials/fl...en/page002.php

    This may be appropriate too:

    http://www.imagemagick.org/script/index.php
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    Thanks for your reply Mneil. I will do some investigating. I may be able to make the rastor files work.

    Thanks again

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    Hi,

    Just wondering if anyone knows if its possible to output a vector based file? The application currently generates a PNG file, but would prefer it to be vector based?

    Has anyone come up with any solutions for this?

    Thanks.

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