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PDF Processing API

Scrolling direction

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chevron_rightVertical scrolling
chevron_rightHorizontal scrolling

When scrolling through pages of a document in PDFViewCtrl, the scrolling direction can be changed by setting the page layout mode.

linkVertical scrolling

Vertical scrolling mode (also known as continuous mode) can be enabled by setting the page presentation mode to either PDFViewCtrl.PagePresentationModes.SingleCont / pdftron.PDF.PagePresentationModes.e_single_continuous, PDFViewCtrl.PagePresentationModes.FacingCont / pdftron.PDF.PagePresentationModes.e_facing_continuous, or PDFViewCtrl.PagePresentationModes.FacingCoverCont / pdftron.PDF.PagePresentationModes.e_facing_continuous_cover.

Here's what setting the page presentation mode to vertical scrolling looks like:

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linkHorizontal scrolling

Horizontal scrolling mode (also known as non-continuous mode) can be enabled by setting the page presentation mode to either PDFViewCtrl.PagePresentationModes.Single / pdftron.PDF.PagePresentationModes.e_single_page, PDFViewCtrl.PagePresentationModes.Facing / pdftron.PDF.PagePresentationModes.e_facing, or PDFViewCtrl.PagePresentationModes.FacingCover / pdftron.PDF.PagePresentationModes.e_facing_cover.

Here's what setting the page presentation mode to horizontal scrolling looks like:

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