NAME

PDF::Builder::NamedDestination - Add named destinations (views) to a PDF

METHODS

$dest = PDF::Builder::NamedDestination->new($pdf, ...)

Creates a new named destination object. Any optional additional arguments will be passed on to destination.

Destination types

$dest->dest($page, %opts)

A destination (dest) is a particular view of a PDF, consisting of a page object, the location of the window on that page, and possible coordinate and zoom arguments.

    # The XYZ location takes three arguments
    my $dest1 = PDF::Builder::NamedDestination->new($pdf);
    $dest->dest($pdf->open_page(1), 'xyz' => [$x, $y, $zoom]);

    # The Fit location doesn't require any arguments, but one is still
    # needed for the hash array
    my $dest2 = PDF::Builder::NamedDestination->new($pdf);
    $dest->dest($pdf->open_page(2), 'fit' => 1);

See "Page Fit Options" in PDF::Builder::Docs for a listing of the available locations and their syntax.

"xyz" is the default fit setting, with position (left and top) and zoom the same as the calling page's.

Target Destinations

A go-to (link) action changes the view to a specified destination (page, location, and magnification factor).

Parameters are as described in dest.

Alternate name: goto

Originally this method was link, but recently PDF::API2 changed the name to goto. "goto" is added for compatibility.

$dest->uri($url)

Defines the destination as launch-url with uri $url.

Alternate name: url

Originally this method was url, but recently PDF::API2 changed the name to uri. "url" is retained for compatibility.

$dest->launch($file)

Defines the destination as launch-file with filepath $file and page-fit options %opts. The target application is run. Note that this is not a PDF or a browser file -- it is a local application.

Alternate name: file

Originally this method was file, but recently PDF::API2 changed the name to launch. "file" is retained for compatibility.

$dest->pdf($pdf_file, $pagenum, %opts)

Defines the destination as a PDF-file with filepath $pdf_file, on page $pagenum, and options %opts (same as dest()).

Alternate names: pdf_file and pdfile

Originally this method was pdfile, and had been earlier renamed to pdf_file, but recently PDF::API2 changed the name to pdf. "pdfile" and "pdf_file" are retained for compatibility. Note that the position and zoom information is still given as a hash element in PDF::Builder, while PDF::API2 has changed to a position string and an array of dimensions.

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PDF::Builder -- Facilitates the creation and modification of PDF files

Siblings

PDF::Builder::Annotation -- Add annotations to a PDF
PDF::Builder::Basic::PDF -- Various utilities and support routines
PDF::Builder::Content -- Methods for adding graphics and text to a PDF
PDF::Builder::Docs -- additional documentation for Builder module
PDF::Builder::FontManager -- Managing the font library for PDF::Builder
PDF::Builder::Lite -- Lightweight PDF creation methods
PDF::Builder::Matrix -- matrix operations library
PDF::Builder::Outline -- Manage PDF outlines (a.k.a. bookmarks)
PDF::Builder::Outlines -- further Outline handling. Inherits from PDF::Builder::Outline
PDF::Builder::Page -- Methods to interact with individual pages
PDF::Builder::Resource -- Base class for PDF resources. Inherit from PDF::Builder::Basic::PDF::Dict
PDF::Builder::UniWrap -- support routines for finding line breakpoints with Unicode text
PDF::Builder::Util -- utility package for often-used methods across the package.
PDF::Builder::ViewerPreferences -- How the PDF should be displayed or printed

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