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TOPIC: Hyperlinks on annotations Swift

Hyperlinks on annotations Swift 1 year 4 weeks ago #13012

  • sseiller
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First of all thanks for your work, your PDF Reader seems to have everything (or almost) I need.
I investigate if I will use your library for my company and it seems that it is not possible to know which url is clicked on an annotation in Swift.
In Objective-C the function OnAnnotOpenURL seems to do exactly what I want. But I cannot find the same function on the RadaeePDFPluginDelegate in Swift.
Did I miss something ? Is it not possible to do in Swift ?

And if it possible is there an equivalent in Swift of the function performAnnot ?

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Hyperlinks on annotations Swift 1 year 3 weeks ago #13025

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actual Swift module is released for free and in opensource: our aim is to let users have full power on them.
In RadaeeSwift folder you can find the Obj-C project to build the libRDPDFLibSDK.a used in Swift demo project.
You are free to modify or add code to customize the SDK; in this case, you can add a method to RadaeePDFPluginDelegate to get the clicked url from OnAnnotOpenURL.

We're also developing a more powerful module, it will be released under subscription. The subscription will allow you to ask for some custom development.
If you're interested on such opportunity I invite you to open a ticket and address it to sales department: you'll receive more details about that.

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