The HtmlRenderConditions enumeration can take a combination of
the following values:
- Never – never disable vector-output coercion.
- Always – always disable vector-output coercion.
- Default – disable vector-output coercion under the default
conditions. It currently behaves the same as OnPartialContent Or
- OnFiltersDisabled – disable vector-output coercion when some
DirectX filter is disabled.
- OnPartialContent – disable vector-output coercion when the HTML
page size is bigger than the size supported by vector-output
- OnVectorCoercionFailed – continue rendering without
vector-output coercion when vector-output coercion has failed.
This property determines when to disable vector-output coercion
if the coercion is otherwise activated as specified by CoerceVector. There is a size limit to the
coerced vector output. If the HTML page size is bigger than the
limit, the vector output is clipped so the default behavior is to
disable the coercion in this case.
Sometimes, vector coercion fails with unexpected errors. If
OnVectorCoercionFailed is specified, the page is rendered without
vector coercion. Otherwise, an exception is thrown. If the output
becomes rasterized, you may want to try rendering the page with