Product Ideas

16 VOTE

As a developer, I would like to have corrupt PDF files repaired, if possible

In some cases, users may load a PDF document into PrizmDoc that may have corrupt or malformed data in it (corrupt embedded fonts, etc). In some cases this information can be repaired. So, we're requesting this as a feature.

Having the ability to repair corrupt PDF files whenever possible would provide a smoother experience for the end-user.

  • Howard Means
  • Nov 23 2019
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  • Rob Ables commented
    November 25, 2019 18:29

    We turned this issue in to support because every other program that can render a PDF handles our examples other than PrizmDoc.  Adobe Acrobat of course, and all the built in PDF viewers for Firefox, Chrome and Edge can handle displaying these PDFs with a minor "corrupt font" without issue.  The browsers don't even display an error or issue at all.  Neither does Acrobat DC.  PrizmDoc should be able to handle this without telling the end user to go fix the PDF on their own.