I am trying to configure the pdf export of my company
I have used the documentation and used the following on PDF Space Export Header:
did you already had a look at our Scroll PDF Exporter?
With this add-on you can simple define the wanted elements in your exported PDF file using the template designer (see http://www.k15t.com/display/PDF/Defining+the+Page+Layouts).
Besides there are multiple other benefits compared to the built-in PDF Exporter. Please have a look at the following Blogpost for further details: 5 Reasons to Use the Scroll PDF Exporter.
If you have any further questions regarding the Scroll PDF Exporter, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org. I'll be happy to help.
I'm experiencing another problem with configuring a logo to the header.
In fact I'm trying to include it into the standard CSS of Confluence.
I tried with different images and image formats: *.svg, *.jpg, *.png,... and so on.
First problem: Inside the css, those images simply are not scalable.
Second problem: Every given information of the position that I want the image to have is ignored. (Except the repeating property)
Third problem: After hours of testing and trying and resizing the image itself I had an image that fit right into the right upper corner... but, sadly, the logo looked gross. Completely unsharp, with artifacts etc.
Feels like every image I take gets resized, like from 50x50 to 150x150, so the quality gets tremendously reduced.
Looking forward for feedback!
If anyone is still wrestling with the same problem, I made a post at the link below. I hope it gets answered soon!
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