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Be careful with the resolution (ppp) of your composition. the WMS, or another web maps service no OGC, have a limit of resolution, 96 dpi, 120 dpi or similar. Try to down this parameter.


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As written here: "libpoppler itself must have been configured with --enable-xpdf-headers". Are you sure libpoppler has been compiled against the xpdf C++ headers?


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Transparency of the layer also affects the size of the PDF considerably. I suggest use transparency to a minimum, or avoid it if you can.


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Since Sokkia is now owned by Topcon, you may have to go to the Topcon website, and search their archives. That unit may also be a re-branded Ashtech model, possibly named the Reliance, since Ashtech (Javad Ashjaee) partnered up with Topcon for a while.


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I ended with the same result months before and I could not found a solution using IPrintAndExport. I would recommend to use theIExportdirectly. Please have a look at the following ExportActiveView function in this example in VBA or this post to a different topic with an example in C#. This works without problems in my case. You can simply exchange the ...


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It is odd that when I hover the Geospatial Location Tool over either the main map or the small red map of Queensland towards top right those two data frames report what look to be sensible lat/long values. However, when I hover over what you call the key diagram towards lower right the values reported are nonsensical. Without knowing the precise steps used ...


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A PDF file can have raster and vector data. On the command line (e.g. in the OSGEO4W shell) you can run gdalinfo and ogrinfo on the file to gather information on the layers that can be read by GDAL. See How to have GDAL print layers of GeoPDF AND say which are raster vs vector for examples on that. QGIS might hang up rasterizing a vector layer, so it might ...



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