I am working on an document management project that needs to run cross platform.
One of the features is to be able to:
 Insert a PDF into a container field then split into individual Pages (using the base elements plugin).
 Print individual Pages from FileMaker at ~90 % with some project text overlaid.
I'm running into a number of issues on the Windows platform as follows:
When I insert a PDF on the Windows platform the getContainerAttribute function does not give me the height and the width (as apposed to what it does on the Macintosh platform.)
On the Windows platform the PDF does not display as an image unless I click the radio button for interactive containers. On the Macintosh it's just the opposite. This makes a cross-platform implementation more difficult.
- On the Windows platform when I click the radio button interactive containers in order to get the PDF to display scroll bars appear and I don't see any way to get rid of them.
I have tried importing the one page PDF using the
 Insert PDF script step
 Insert Picture script step.
The computer that I was testing on is running Windows 10 and has a full version of Adobe Acrobat installed.
It might be that the Adobe Acrobat is producing some unexpected results by virtue of being the primary PDF rendering engine?
While I know that the scroll bars appeared in the browse mode, I forgot to test if they also appear in the preview mode. My guess is yes.
Looks like the way forward is to convert the PDF to an image format of the same width and height as well as enough ppi to look and print nice.
Best way to convert a PDF to a JPEG or PNG?