Pierre Basso

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  1. Editing pdf files

    I thank you for your answer. I work with MacoS 10.12 Sierra and I use a french keyboard AZERTY. This problem occurs in typing my text: for example I wish to type "c'est à dire" I type "c ", then I type the quote and the letters "est" then "c' 'est" occurs immediately in my text. Deleting these space characters implies deleting the quote ad I get "cest" instead of "c'est". Saving the document keeps the bug; in opening again the edited document the erroneous "c' 'est" is always existing. I am really surprised when you tell that you can easily deleting the space characters in my test pdf file. Please, I will be very grateful if you report this problem to development team because, in the present circumstance, I am unable to use PDFelement for writing texts or letters. Regards.
  2. Editing pdf files

    I have reported several times an awkward bug in editing pdf texts. If we type "c'est à dire, doesn't, it's, .... " we get "c' est à dire,doesn' t, it' s, ....". If I try to correct in deleting these space characters I get "cest à dire, doesnt, its, .... ". Yesterday I downloaded and installed the new release PDFelement Pro 6.4.3 and I notice that this bug is not fixed. With such a bug, how can you announce that PDFelement edits documents as easily as Microsoft WORD? I hope that my complaint will be taken into account. I join my pdf test file. Regards. Test creation.pdf
  3. Editing in french

    I have just installed the new release of PDFelement Pro 6. Congratulations about the possibility to edit pdf texts in european languages including accented letters as ê, î, ë ... and so on. However I previously reported two bugs which are not fixed in this new release. First, the conversion of tabular does not work: if I wish to convert a tabular including some words with accented letters (for example: Président, Crédit) if I dont launch the OCR I get a converted tabular with horizontal and vertical lines but without conversion of accented letters; else I launch OCR, the conversion of accented letters is good but the lines of the converted tabular are not drawn, I get the correct letters but I have no tabular. Second bug already reported, the elision in french language: if I wish type "l'amitié" for example PDFelement produces "l' amitié"; deleting the space characters deletes also the apostroph sign, in the exemple "lamitié". I hope this bugs fixed in a next release of PDFelement. I thank you for your work.