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PDF Toolkit service menu

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KDE Service Menu

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PDF Toolkit service menu
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Link:  http://
Depends on  KDE 3.4.x
Downloads:  5949
Submitted:  Dec 5 2004
Updated:  Jun 21 2006

Description:

When I began to wrote PDF Toolkit service menu in december 2004, I didn't think that people would like it so much.

But now, egregorion has improved a lot PDF Toolkit service menu. So you may find usefull to get it. See http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=37321

Many thanks to the translators.
Thank you for the kind messages.
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Here is a simple servicemenu for PDF files
- give master password
- give user password
- allow only printing
- watermark
- extract a range of pages
- join PDF files

binary required (should be available on your distribution) :
- pdftk (eg.: urpmi pdftk on Mandrakelinux)

Extract the archive
Place the desktop files to :
- /home/user/.kde/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus/
- or, according to your distribution, eg. for Mandriva: /usr/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus/
Ubuntu: /opt/kde/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus




Changelog:

egregorion has improved a lot PDF Toolkit service menu. So you may find usefull to get it. See http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=37321

- v0.6 added polish translation, thank you Sylwester Gruszka
- v0.5 cosmetic changes + new way to Join PDF files with kdialog instead of selecting them first
- v0.4 passive popups and portuguese translation added (thank you João Pedro Gomes)
- v0.3 German translation (thank you Bernd Knoettig) and notes added. I really think kommander could do something wonderfull
- v0.2 kdialog use for Join option
- 09.01.2005, add a kommander screenshot, will try to release a first go.




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 Join

 
 by zast on: Dec 7 2004
 
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Sagittarius.

I don't manage to do Join between two archives PDF. There are problem in servicemenu? I don't get join two archives. First I selection the pdf and after I selection another and nothing. See to me please! ;-)


Kurumin Linux
www.kuruminlinux.com.br

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 Join - Observations

 
 by zast on: Dec 7 2004
 
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I will be make teste in my Kurumin Linux with PDF Toolkit - Join - and I discovery that it function something with one word in sentence after kdialog is open and save (something) in directory of usuary, in my case "/home/kurumin". Examples: I will go two archives:

Archive1.pdf
Archive2.pdf

and something to save with one name, don't two names and space between its.

Archivetotal.pdf (correct)

Archive Total.pdf (incorrect)

See this case for us, please.


Kurumin Linux
www.kuruminlinux.com.br

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 Re: Join - Obs.

 
 by Sagittarius on: Dec 8 2004
 
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Your right.
It does not go with special caracters in the name of the PDF to join, like ...

Do not hesitate to propose me a solution. I'll see what I can do for that.


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 Re: Re: Join - Obs.

 
 by zast on: Dec 8 2004
 
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Ok, my friend! Thank you for your help. I am waiting for your solution int this case. Don´t remember that the problem in to save in the another directory in join pdf, ok!? :-)


Kurumin Linux
www.kuruminlinux.com.br

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 watermarking

 
 by helmerj on: Dec 9 2004
 
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Hi!

Thanks for this nice collection of service menu entries!!

As far as I have tested this, I found one entry not to be functioning correctly: watermarking.

1. You use perl to add the extra "-watermark" to the filename. I guess everybody has perl installed but why not use plain sed...
I very much guess this is a matter of taste and doesn't matter whatsoever as long as it works ;-)

2. the correct synatax (at least for the pdftk version that I have installed on my MDK10.1 system (pdftk-1.00-1mdk) is:


pdftk input.pdf output output.pdf background background.pdf


You have the output and background switched and therefor no output is produced.

so my corrected Exec-line looks like this (note the switch from perl to sed which I initially thought was the problem but you can happily ignore)


Exec=pdftk %f output "`echo %f | sed -e 's/.pdf/-watermark.pdf/g'`" background `kdialog --getopenfilename . application/pdf`;kdialog --title "Watermark PDF" --msgbox "Done"


Put the above all in one line like in the original entry!

J.


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 Re: watermarking

 
 by Sagittarius on: Dec 26 2004
 
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Thanks for your feedback.
Indeed sed does the job too!
For the watermark entry, I can assure you it does work. But, I've only tested it with pdftk-1.11-1mdk on 10.1 not with prior versions.


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 pdf toolkit

 
 by miguipda on: Jan 15 2005
 
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Hi,

I'm really interresting of your pdf toolkit. But I can't install it on my suse 9.2 due to the fact I can't find a servicemene under my konqueror directory on the .kde or the /usr/share explained path.

Could you then tell me where must I put it ?

Sincerely thank you ;-)


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 Re: pdf toolkit

 
 by estevam on: Jun 14 2005
 
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Copy to: /opt/kde3/share/apps/konqueror/servicemenus/

After, click on pdf file and go to Actions


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 pdf toolkit watermak

 
 by miguipda on: Jan 15 2005
 
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Oups,

I forget to ask you if the watermak directory must set somewhere special ?

Thanks and have a nice day,

Miguipda ;-))


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 join doesn't work

 
 by jochen-sg on: Jan 4 2006
 
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Hi,

on my Suse 9.3 box the join doesn't work. I select join of page1.pdf and choose page2.pdf when the file dialog opens. All I get is the message done (no question for a target file name). The result is that both files page1.pdf and page2.pdf contains the same page. (The second one).

Any idea?

Thanks,
Jochen

PS: Further features beneficial at least to me would be joining multiple documents and resorting of pages. Removal of pages would be good as well. Remove page 5 from a 10 page document has to be done via multiple operations so far.


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 Re: join doesn't work

 
 by Sagittarius on: Jan 4 2006
 
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Just select 1.pdf 2.pdf together and then join ;)


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