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PDF Step pdfVerifyFont

Description

This step verifies the existence of a font within the current PDF document.

Parameters

description
Required? no
The description of this test step.
matchCase
Required? no, default is 'false'
Specifies whether to match case when comparing the expected and actual name and type values of a font.
name
Required? yes/no
The name of the font to find, e.g. Times, Courier-Bold or Helvetica-Oblique. One of name or type must be set.
page
Required? no, default is all pages
The page on which to search.
type
Required? yes/no
The type of the font to find, e.g. Type 1 or TrueType. One of name or type must be set.

Details

Here is an example of using pdfVerifyFont:

pdfVerifyFont example
<steps>
    <invoke url="testDocFonts.pdf"/>
    <pdfVerifyFont name="times-romantype="type1"/>
    <not description="expected to fail: wrong case">
        <pdfVerifyFont name="times-romanmatchCase="true"/>
    </not>
    <pdfVerifyFont page="2name="ComicSansMS-Bold"/>
    <pdfVerifyFont page="2type="TrueType"/>
    <pdfVerifyFont page="2name="ComicSansMS-Boldtype="TrueType"/>
    <not description="expect to fail: incorrect page">
        <pdfVerifyFont page="1name="ComicSansMS-Bold"/>
    </not>
    <not description="expect to fail: incorrect type">
        <pdfVerifyFont name="ComicSansMS-Boldtype="Type1"/>
    </not>
    <not description="expect to fail: unknown font">
        <pdfVerifyFont name="invisible font"/>
    </not>
</steps>

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