How to use TextHighlightAnnotation with Pixels as unit

WebViewer Version: 10.9.0

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Unable to use TextHighlightAnnotation when bounds are present in Pixels unit

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We are integrating with a service which gives us highlighted text information in pixels like

bounds : {
    "bottom": 2652,
    "left": 228,
    "right": 355,
    "top": 2624

I am using following code to highlight text on PDF

const { left , right , bottom , top} = bounds;
const quad = new Math.Quad(
const textAnnotation = new Annotations.TextHighlightAnnotation({
            PageNumber: page,
            FillColor: new Annotations.Color(255, 255, 0, 1),
            StrokeColor: new Annotations.Color(255, 255, 0, 1),
            Quads: [quad]


this doesnt highlight anything , though when i try to convert these pixels to something pdftron expects like by dividing each pixel unit by 4 , i am able to see the text highlighted. but to be confident about the approach i need to have the logic to create the conversion factor . can you please provide a solution to this problem as this looks like a very basic use case of highlght.
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Hello Ajangra,

Thank you for contacting WebViewer Forums.

The bound numbers seem arbitrary and would require more information to fully use within WebViewer. What do those bounds represent? Is that the location of the highlighted text relative to the original document size? What is this original document size in proportion to WebViewer?

It is also possible to grab the quads of the highlight annotation using our API here: Apryse WebViewer Class: TextHighlightAnnotation

Please refer to this documentation for more information on WebViewer and PDF coordinates: Coordinates | Apryse Documentation