|Related to : wkhtmltopdf offsetHeight difference|
|wkhtmltopdf with wicked_pdf issue?|
Not a solution, for this, but maybe it helps: wkhtmltopdf was an
experiment, that was a mistake and it's no longer supported. If you
want use a free tool, than i recommend for you: phantomjs. This tool
can also generate pdf: http://phantomjs.org/
|wkhtmltopdf page-break-after have whitespace|
The solution i found was to set the page size to A3, which make all
the clever printerfriendly stuff work.
I use this WKHTMLTOPDF call:
/usr/local/bin/wkhtmltopdf --page-size 'A3' --encoding 'UTF-8'
'<LINK TO PAGE>' '/tmp/PDFX6BefV'
|Prevent Wkhtmltopdf for output Status|
Finally I got the Solution, By Using the exec function of PHP.It Just
execute the command and don't send the out put while system function
outputs the execution output.
So my script looks like now :
|Prawn + WickedPDF: Using Prawn on wkhtmltopdf/WickedPDF generated PDF's|
I've just started looking into PDF generators. On this forum, one post
mentions that he had scaling issues while using gems that relied on
wkhtmltopdf, but didn't experience the problems if he called that
Hope this helps! I'll update this answer once I get started if I have
the same issue but am able to resolve it. Cheers!
|What is the difference between x^2 and I(x^2) in R?|
The I() function means 'as is' whereas the ^n (to the power of n)
operator means 'include these variables and all interactions up to n
I(X^2) is literally regressing Y against X squared and
X^2 means include X and the 2 way interaction of X but since it is
only one variable there is no interaction so it returns only itself
i.e. X. Note that in your formula you say X + X^2 which