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    Francesco Cesareo
    @aomegax
    Hi, I have modified the component creating an event on-error to catch the error loading a wrong file or not existing file. How can I generate dist again? How can I pass from build to dist?
    I am newbe for npm env...
    Gianlu
    @Gianlu82b19
    Hi there, not sure if can help but in my code i'm using this incrementPage version
    incrementPage(amount: number) {
    if(this.page==1 && amount==-1) return;
    if(this.page==this.pdf.numPages && amount==1) return;
    this.page += amount;
    }
    dhruv217
    @dhruv217
    Hey, thanks for the great component, made my work a lot shorter for a project.
    dhruv217
    @dhruv217
    I was just wondering if I can display only a single page from a PDF with multiple pages. At first I thought the stick-to-page was what i was looking for but it just pushes the page into focus. But I want to just render a single page. Any pointers on how I can achieve this.?
    Vadym Yatsyuk
    @VadimDez
    [show-all]="false"
    dhruv217
    @dhruv217
    Thanks man.
    kreuzersteve
    @kreuzersteve
    Hi! Quick question: Is there a way to tell when a page has finished rendering and is loaded? It's because I'm doing some DOM manipulation in the text layer right after changing page but I don't know how to tell when the page is fully rendered. Thanks!
    Vadym Yatsyuk
    @VadimDez
    @kreuzersteve hi, there's no such event yet. But there's an issue for that already VadimDez/ng2-pdf-viewer#81
    David G. Koch
    @d_g_koch_twitter
    Hi All, I'm trying to get this working in a Visual Studio 2017 environment using Webpack & Angular5. I'm getting "Can't resolve 'ng2-pdf-viewer". Spent a couple of days on this so far and no luck. Anybody else experiencing this?
    Vadym Yatsyuk
    @VadimDez
    @d_g_koch_twitter have you tried to re-install?
    @d_g_koch_twitter restart visual studio?
    David G. Koch
    @d_g_koch_twitter
    Yes and yes. I'm a little confused. There seems to be multiple ng-pdf-viewers out there. I'm currently trying the bluestoneapp-ng2-pdf-viewer -- although all the documentation and links seem to just resolve back to the same source
    David G. Koch
    @d_g_koch_twitter
    I just tried uninstalling and then running "npm install ngx-pdf-viewer". Same result.
    Vadym Yatsyuk
    @VadimDez
    @d_g_koch_twitter where do you get that error, webpack?
    or in visual studio?
    David G. Koch
    @d_g_koch_twitter
    In webpack when I run webpack from the console
    David G. Koch
    @d_g_koch_twitter
    Do you need requireJS for this?
    Vadym Yatsyuk
    @VadimDez
    have you tried to restart webpack? and which version of ng2-pdf-viewer are you using right now?
    David G. Koch
    @d_g_koch_twitter
    Have you tried actually running this in VS 2017 with Angular 5? Everything has been restarted. I have run install on ng2-pdf-viewer and then ngx-pdf-viewer (which doesn't actually install anything). Now I'm back to ng2-pdf-viewer. Running install should install the latest. All my other plug-ins install properly and run as expected. If I can confirm that this can actually run in Visual Studio 2017 with Angular 5 then it will go a long way to sorting this out. If it has not been tested in this type of environment then I may have to abandon this approach.
    David G. Koch
    @d_g_koch_twitter
    OK. I cleared my npm cache and deleted the node_modules folder and then reinstalled ng2-pdf-viewer. It seems to be working now
    Serkan Ferat
    @serkanferat
    Hello guys, did you ever encountered something like this? VadimDez/ng2-pdf-viewer#242
    Vadym Yatsyuk
    @VadimDez
    @serkanferat hi, i'm already trying to figure out what's going wrong there
    Saeed Jassani
    @saeedjassani
    Hello guys. first of all thanks for the wonderful library.
    I am totally new to angular and have successfully used this library to display the PDF using this library. What I want now is to add some animations when the page is turned. Any tips/starting point for it?
    zanegoh
    @zanegoh
    Hi guys, have anyone encountered a problem like "Uncaught TypeError: Cannot use 'in' operator to search for 'body' in undefined" that occur error in web browser console once after you import PdfViewerModule into your NgModule?
    bastian-baudisch
    @bastian-baudisch
    Hi guys, I encounter a problem with version 5.0.1. pfd paths that worked fine in the older version do no longer work when deploying the app to android or ios. What changed?
    on android I get UnknownErrorException: Failed to fetch, on Ios its Missing PDFException
    As some larger images are not rendered in the older version, i'd rather use the newest one...
    REV Systems
    @revsystems-2018

    Hi guys..!
    I have this problem:

    WARNING in ./node_modules/pdfjs-dist/build/pdf.js
    Module not found: Error: Can't resolve 'zlib' in 'E:\SET\projects\social-notifications-ui\node_modules\pdfjs-dist\build'

    and I need the publication of your ng2-pdf-viewer 5.2.1 project, with the pdfjs-dist 2.0.943 update

    alantorrico
    @alantorrico
    Hi, I have a problem on Angular 6 with 'zlib' with the latest version (v5.2.1), but I was reviewing on github repository, I see that you're using on your package.json this dependency "pdfjs-dist": "^2.0.943", could you publish your library with this version?
    because I build(ng2-pdf-viewer) in my local, with it, I see that resolve the problem on Angular 6. Thanks!
    simih
    @simih1_twitter
    It would be great if you could mention the browser support for this awesome project. Or did I miss it somewhere?
    Vishnudev
    @vishnu-dev

    Hi, I am facing an issue that seems to be unsolvable for me.

    When I navigate through pages fast the viewer goes haywire (Page keeps changing automatically in infinite loop).
    My setup is having below parameters
    [src]="pdfSrc" [(page)]="cur_page" [zoom]="pdf_zoom" [show-all]="false" [original-size]="false" [autoresize]="true" [fit-to-page]="true" [stick-to-page]="true"
    I was not able to find the solution anywhere. Please help me out guys.

    I am manually triggering change of page from a button by setting cur_page value
    @VadimDez Could you help me out with this issue?
    HarryKambo
    @HarryKambo
    I am getting error
    Template error: Can't bind to 'src' since it isn't a known property of 'pdf-viewer'
    using angular-8,. ny help
    HarryKambo
    @HarryKambo
    exact error : core.js:6014 ERROR Error: Template error: Can't bind to 'src' since it isn't a known property of 'pdf-viewer'. I am using version 5.3.3
    Andrey Tabakov
    @Komdosh
    Hello, is somebody here?
    Blazo
    @NakedFool
    Channel alive?
    Andrii Piddubniak
    @Andrew3005
    Hello, can somebody show how I can move between found words and how I can get event when search is finished? thanks
    ageing247
    @ageing247
    Is channel still active ?
    Stephan Rauh
    @stephanrauh
    Hey, there's a new version. Awesome! Thanks, Vadim, and keep on the good work!
    Gerard
    @1304654_gitlab
    Hi I have the same problem

    Error: ./node_modules/pdfjs-dist/build/pdf.js 2413:45
    Module parse failed: Unexpected token (2413:45)
    File was processed with these loaders:

    • ./node_modules/@angular-devkit/build-angular/src/babel/webpack-loader.js
    • ./node_modules/@ngtools/webpack/src/ivy/index.js
      You may need an additional loader to handle the result of these loaders.
      | intent: renderingIntent,
      | renderInteractiveForms: renderInteractiveForms === true,
          annotationStorage: annotationStorage?.getAll() || null

      | });
      | }

    Error: ./node_modules/pdfjs-dist/web/pdf_viewer.js 895:20
    Module parse failed: Unexpected token (895:20)

    from last version "ng2-pdf-viewer": "^7.0.0",
    Vadym Yatsyuk
    @VadimDez
    @1304654_gitlab thanks for feedback, it was already created here: VadimDez/ng2-pdf-viewer#780
    Suresh Reddis
    @reddysuresh.k:matrix.org
    [m]
    Hi, Can you please suggest how can we achieve Zoom-in/Zoom-out functionalities in iOS. As in Web/Android it is working as expected.
    Stephan Rauh
    @stephanrauh
    You don't have to do anything to activate zooming. It's just there, out of the box. I double-checked it with the showcase and my iPhone. When I hit the "+" and "-" buttons, the PDF file zooms like charm. I just have to make the showcase mobile-friendly - but that's a different story. So would you mind to elaborate what precisely is broken?
    sundarvelu
    @sundarvelu
    Hi this is sundar, I am not able to use pdf viewer in Android app. Are you have idea