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    My project can be downloaded from the following GitHub repo: The application currently has a locally stored PDF file that is multi page. It has a function, as copied from this blog post that will convert the PDF to an image: I have a simple function set up so that when the "save PDF as photo" button is pressed from the main storyboard, it will prompt the user with the UIActivityViewController that will allow the user to save the photo to the gallery. This is great, but I need to it to save all the PDF pages into one large image. Would tyou be able to help me with this?

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    I have a Keyboard app for iOS that was rejected because it doesn't include the basic keyboard functionality. The app is a sticker app that lets you copy and paste emojis. However, the app is required to have "both" alphabet and numeric keyboards as well. Currently without "full access" enabled in keyboard settings, the app doesn't function. When "Full access" is not enabled, the app should still have the alphanumeric keyboard. I'll give a 10 rating for good work. Thanks

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