I very much appreciate your work on this. It is very encouraging for my WASM Ap efforts. The rtf document is a tech document, kinda Engineering-type, with a simple Eng-type drawing img on it – mostly straight lines, arrowheads for dimensions, and some very simple color filled geometric shapes with straight line borders. Solid colors. The text in the bitmap will be dimensions, title, & some object descriptions with arrow headed lines pointing to the geometric shapes. Drawing-wise, simple stuff. Since some lines will be on angles, I need them to be anti-aliased, i.e. no jaggy lines.
The rtf document text, separate from the bitmap, is intended to be read/write for the user so he can make changes to the programmed auto-design. I intend to allow the user to open &/or save & for some customers, a copy auto-uploaded to the server for the organization.
Rtf is a bit nasty for auto-inserting bitmaps, so I’ll need access to the Bitmap bytes. So nasty I’d really like to program-produce a pdf document instead, but never done that & do have Delphi code to create rtf’s w/ hassles every time I add bitmaps. Besides, rtf is obsolete & no longer supported by MS. I’ve also looked at “odt” (OpenDocument) which is supported by Word & an on-going standard, but I’ve yet to see an easy way to generate such a document, but it would probably be easier to insert images.
All the above done in the user’s browser with my WASM Ap. Lotta math in the Ap, but I’m comfortable the math is no problem for Oxygene, unless you know otherwise. If you happen to know anything or could pass on anyone who does know anything about auto-generating pdf or odt documents, I’d really like that too.