"PAC" - any version - ain't the holy grail. It is ,imo, a rather didactically dogmatic developer centric tool. With that said should it be in one's tool box? Yes. There's not much else out that there. Acrobat's Full Check, PAC, the nifty "to html" provided by Callas are all useful when working with PDF. However, each reflects the "developer's spin" to a greater or lesser extent. One must understand that and compensate accordingly.
Agreed and thanks for your response. Any ideas on how one would compensate in the case of this error: “Figure element on a single page with no bounding box”? While I understand the limitations of PAC and other tools, clients really prefer it when the checker shows "Pass" - it saves a lot of time and explanations.
I have found that if I open the figure in an image editing application (I used Irfanview), save it to a file, delete the original image from the pdf and replace it with the image from the file, the error goes away. If anyone finds an easier way please post.
You have to delete only the figure tag, not the image
- delete tag "figure"
- select the image and give him back the attribute figure with touchup tool
- bring it back on the old position in the tag tree (mostly its sliping down in the next folder)
- don't forget the alt-text
Thank you rosho. That is easier!