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How to have flash draw pad save a pdf from user side?

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I have found many drawing pad solutions. Some good, some not as good. All of them, however, fail to show how to save the file as a pdf  (would be happy with bmp right about now) from the drawing pad to a server side folder via php. Can someone show how to do that using as3?

On the advanced side, I also need to figure out how to make it recognize logged in users of the preexisting CMS in order to save out to specific user folders. The CMS is Joomla 1.5 latest build, with JomSocial and JSPT multi profile. It would save out to folders created by the JMarketPro system.

Thanks to whoever can help point me in the right direction. I am running out of time here.

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you can save as a jpeg using jpegencoder and you can save as pdf using blazepdf (but you'll need to load the swf with blazepdf because that's an as2 component).

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How to have flash draw pad save a pdf from user side?

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I have found many drawing pad solutions. Some good, some not as good. All of them, however, fail to show how to save the file as a pdf  (would be happy with bmp right about now) from the drawing pad to a server side folder via php. Can someone show how to do that using as3?

On the advanced side, I also need to figure out how to make it recognize logged in users of the preexisting CMS in order to save out to specific user folders. The CMS is Joomla 1.5 latest build, with JomSocial and JSPT multi profile. It would save out to folders created by the JMarketPro system.

Thanks to whoever can help point me in the right direction. I am running out of time here.

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Correct answer by kglad | Adobe Community Professional

you can save as a jpeg using jpegencoder and you can save as pdf using blazepdf (but you'll need to load the swf with blazepdf because that's an as2 component).

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you can save as a jpeg using jpegencoder and you can save as pdf using blazepdf (but you'll need to load the swf with blazepdf because that's an as2 component).

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Just saw this today. Thanks for replying. That project was a nightmare. Wish I had seen this then.

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you're welcome.

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