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PDF.js will not property display large maps (from ESRI mapping products).

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Test PDF at: http://www.sloplanning.org/gis/mapimagepdf/RuralCDMaps/Rural%20South%20County%20CD.pdf

The PDF downloads VERY slowly (more than 2 minutes on a fast connection) in Firefox, but only seconds in Chrome or IE. When the PDF is rendered, most of the graphic elements within the PDF are missing; comparing the PDF image between FF and Chrome is stark. A good test is to wait through the long download in FF, then press the 'download' button and compare the resulting image displays. The 'downloaded' version has the graphics that are missing from the in-browser display.

At the moment we're stuck telling our clientele to not use FF. :(

In my testing, this is occurring in v27.0.1 of FF on Windows 7; I'm not certain of all the configurations for our clientele where this is also occurring.

Thanks, Steve

Test PDF at: http://www.sloplanning.org/gis/mapimagepdf/RuralCDMaps/Rural%20South%20County%20CD.pdf The PDF downloads VERY slowly (more than 2 minutes on a fast connection) in Firefox, but only seconds in Chrome or IE. When the PDF is rendered, most of the graphic elements within the PDF are missing; comparing the PDF image between FF and Chrome is stark. A good test is to wait through the long download in FF, then press the 'download' button and compare the resulting image displays. The 'downloaded' version has the graphics that are missing from the in-browser display. At the moment we're stuck telling our clientele to not use FF. :( In my testing, this is occurring in v27.0.1 of FF on Windows 7; I'm not certain of all the configurations for our clientele where this is also occurring. Thanks, Steve

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Hi Steve,

I have filed a bug for this issue.

I can currently running our beta version (29) on Windows 7 and I can reproduce your issue.

I can't think of a reason why this is happening so I filed a bug but if somebody comes along and knows why, then we can figure it out then.

Thanks!

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Andrew
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Hi Steve,

I have filed a bug for this issue.

I can currently running our beta version (29) on Windows 7 and I can reproduce your issue.

I can't think of a reason why this is happening so I filed a bug but if somebody comes along and knows why, then we can figure it out then.

Thanks!

Hi Steve, I have filed a [https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=986783 bug] for this issue. I can currently running our beta version (29) on Windows 7 and I can reproduce your issue. I can't think of a reason why this is happening so I filed a bug but if somebody comes along and knows why, then we can figure it out then. Thanks!
guigs 1072 solutions 11697 answers

Looks like this is a p3, please keep track of this issue further in this bug. If there are any other questions in the future, we are happy to help.

Looks like this is a p3, please keep track of this issue further in this bug. If there are any other questions in the future, we are happy to help.
Andrew
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325 solutions 4094 answers

This seems to be fixed now. Thanks for reporting.

This seems to be fixed now. Thanks for reporting.