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PDF MAKER
#1
Hi Joe, how are you? I read in a post out there, that you had other versions of PDFMAKER, beyond the one you share on Ghitub (free version). But that only for those who have a purchased PDFMAKER license. I have a purchased PDFMAKER license for Vtiger 7. Can I send you my invoice or proof of purchase or whatever works for you, so you can share a version of PDFMAKER professional for Corebos? Thanks
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#2
yes, of course.

I would really recommend you use GenDoc, it is native and supported and will continue to be that way. We do not plan on supporting PDFMaker going forward. PHP 8 support which will arrive by the end of the year will see the end of PDFMaker (unless they decide to do something about it)

Really, why can't you use GenDoc?
Joe
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#3
(02-26-2021, 03:03 PM)joebordes Wrote: yes, of course.

I would really recommend you use GenDoc, it is native and supported and will continue to be that way. We do not plan on supporting PDFMaker going forward. PHP 8 support which will arrive by the end of the year will see the end of PDFMaker (unless they decide to do something about it)

Really, why can't you use GenDoc?

Joe, first of all thank you very much as always for your answer.

Regarding gendocs, I would love to use it since I researched it a lot, tried it and even built templates. Today I have no more budget for my project.
I spent what I had on the annual shared hosting, on a crm (PHP Script) called RISE (my bad decision) and on PDFMAKER. So I have to make do with what I have today without adding any other expenses until I have availability. For my project it is mandatory that I can send and generate the documentation in PDF, in that part gendocs does not help me, since I do not have the money to hire the tsolucio service, or to change shared hosting (already paid) to switch to one dedicated where being able to be root can install libreoffice or docker on the same server, etc. etc.
I don't know if in addition to these 3 solutions (like this one in Corebos DOCS)
1-install libreoffice same server
2- service Tsolucio
3-image docker
There are some others that I do not know, I did not want to continue bothering and asking, because it would be abusing your gratitude. This is why I came up with the PDFMAKER alternative.
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#4
send me an email, I'll send you the PDFMaker corebos version
Joe
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