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anantagarwal

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Hi,

I am using iReports 2.0 for designing my reports. The problem I am facing is that whenever I include charts in my reports and then generate a pdf file for the same. All my static text gets bold out. I tried changing the font style for the charts but had no luck with it.

When I view the report using JRViewer it comes out fine... the problem is only when generating PDF files.

Could someone help me out with this problem. Its urgent!!!!

I have attached a snapshot of the report. The static text which you can see should be in normal font..not bold out.

Thanx

 

Post edited by: anantagarwal, at: 2007/08/25 06:13

Post edited by: anantagarwal, at: 2007/08/25 06:14

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Have you opened up the jrxml file in a text editor to see if iReport is putting your text to bold even though you are not.

 

Look for your text element and see if it is set to isBold="true".

 

I tried duplicating your problem but was not able to. You could also try posting your jrxml file.

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Dear Sevnn!!

 

Thanx for your reply. Well I have checked the jrxml file. There is no problem with that.

 

The problem I am facing is that when I generate a pdf file. If I view the pdf using JRViewer directly from iReports, everything comes up fine.

But if I generate a pdf file and view it using Acrobat Reader, the text gets bold out.

 

I am attaching the jrxml and java files, could you kindly look into this. Try viewing the report using JRViewer and Acrobat Reader. You will find the difference.

 

Thanx [file name=Reports-8cc9411d9306d25d99432041e510b65a.zip size=10946]http://www.jasperforge.org/components/com_joomlaboard/uploaded/files/Reports-8cc9411d9306d25d99432041e510b65a.zip[/file]

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