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KDE Service Menu PDF

   0.6  

KDE Service Menu

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KDE Service Menu PDF
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KDE Service Menu PDF
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Homepage:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  18719
Submitted:  Apr 3 2006
Updated:  Jun 4 2014

Description:

Here are various KDE service menus for PDF documents

- DjVu menu
-- Convert PDF document to DjVu file.
You can choose DPI and other options (monochrome, no-metadata, no-hyperlinks)
- Ghostscript menu
-- Optimize PDF document
With ghostscript you can optimizer your document (images too, resize dimension in Byte)
-- Convert PDF document to png images in a subdirectory
You can choose DPI and color (full, 256,16,gray tones, black and white, transparency).
-- Convert PDF document to jpeg images in a subdirectory
You can choose DPI and color (full colors or gray tones).
-- Convert PDF document to fax images in a subdirectory
You can choose fax format (faxg3, faxg32d or faxg4).
- Convert to PostScript
-- There are various options and suboptions
- pdfinfo menu
- Convert to booklet
You can convert any PDF document to booklet.
ie if you convert a document with pager numerated in 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 you have a booklet with 8,1,2,7,6,3,4,6,5
You can choose pages per booklet, save in one big file or many booklets, read orientation: left to right or right to left.
- pdftk service menu (for generic linux) or pydftk service menu (for ArcLinux):
-- Join selected PDF (alphabetic order)
-- Add another PDF to selected file
-- Rotate
--- left
--- right
--- overturn
-- Extract pages
-- Extraxt all even pages
-- Extract all odd pages
-- Burst PDF pages
-- Remove pages
-- Repair
-- Watermark pages of a PDF file
-- Stamp
-- Lock (give master password, give user password, select permissions)
-- Unlock (with master password)
-- Attach arbitrary file (not PDF only, but documents audio image movie too)
-- Extract all attached files (one or more)
-- Uncompress PDF files (Remove PDF page stream compression)
(These are only useful when you want to edit PDF code in a text editor)
-- Compress PDF files (Restore page stream compression)
-- Document information
- pdfjam service menu (pdfnup):
-- 2 pages per sheet
-- 4 pages per sheet
-- 6 pages per sheet
-- 8 pages per sheet
-- Custom pages per sheet
(It's possible to choose if you want framed or no-framed)
- Print menu
- poppler-utils service menu (pdfimages, pdftohtml,pdftoppm, pdftotext):
-- Convert an PDF document to HTML page
-- Convert an PDF document to one or more images
-- Extract images from PDF documents
-- Convert PDF document to text

Enjoy




Changelog:

kde-service-menu-pdf for KDE4

Version 0.6
Added Russian translation tnx to Виктор
Adapted pdftk menu script for new version of pdftk software.
Changed the TryExec line in all desktop files. Now you see menu only if related software is installed.




LicenseGPL
Source(kde-service-menu-pdf_0.6.tar.gz)
Debian(kde-service-menu-pdf_0.6_all.deb)
Ubuntu(kde-service-menu-pdf_0.6_all.deb)
Arch(kde-service-menu-pdf_0.6archlinux.tar.gz)
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 pdf kompress

 
 by andreaskai on: Nov 23 2008
 
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is it possible to kompress a pdf file?

for example:
I have a large pdf (with pictures in a good quality) and when I'd like to send the pdf in a mail I have to kompress the file (I use Acrobat writer)


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 Re: pdf kompress

 
 by egregorion on: Nov 24 2008
 
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>is it possible to kompress a pdf file?
Yes, using gzip or other compress software.

In this servicemenu:
raw pdf file -> compress -> pdf file
or
pdf file -> decompress -> raw pdf file

I copying Compress and decompress name from man pages of pdftk.

Hi


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 Re: Re: pdf kompress

 
 by andreaskai on: Nov 24 2008
 
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I don't want to zip the pdf I'd like to reduce the picture dpi. So that it will be the same pdf in a lower picture quality. because, when you compress a pdf with a lot of pictures the compressed file (zip or whatever) will have nearly the same size.

Do you know a script to reduce the picture quality?


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 Re: Re: Re: pdf kompress

 
 by egregorion on: Nov 24 2008
 
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Oops sorry,
I did not understand you.
This servicemenus are only a GUI for pdftk, pdfjam and poppler-utils softwares.

I think you need a external software for this.

Good luck
bye


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: pdf kompress

 
 by chepioq on: Nov 29 2008
 
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For reduce a pdf file:
gs -dBATCH -dNOPAUSE -q -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -sOutputFile=out.pdf file_01.pdf file_02.pdf

out.pdf is your new pdf name (like you want) and out.pdf file_01.pdf file_02.pdf is the name of pdf you want to reduce. that work also for one pdf file


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: pdf kompress

 
 by egregorion on: Nov 29 2008
 
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Great!!
I can add this in the next release of this servicemenus. :-)

Thank you a lot.


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 Re: Re: Re: pdf kompress

 
 by egregorion on: Dec 6 2008
 
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Ok, I implemented this feature :-)
Thanks to chepioq for hint.

Regards


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 thanks

 
 by TubaSoldier on: Nov 24 2008
 
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Thank you, a thousand times over.


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 Re: thanks

 
 by egregorion on: Nov 24 2008
 
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You are welcome, a thousand times over.

:-D


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 Yay!!

 
 by pyterpalooza on: Dec 1 2008
 
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Ciao!

Great stuff!! =D Would it be possible to add some sort of dialog to show a preview or specify a given input - like DPI in pdf, for instance?


Once again, a huuugee thank you!

Pedro


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 Re: Yay!!

 
 by egregorion on: Dec 2 2008
 
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Hi
For preview sorry but kdialog not permit this.
Can you specify your request, please?
DPI in psdtobooklet or in other servicemenus?

Regards


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 Scripting problem

 
 by korrel on: Dec 6 2008
 
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Mandriva 2009.0 kde 4.1.3
Thank you for your work but
I found a problem in your script and get the next error message.

/usr/bin/pdftoppm_kmenu.sh: line 117: syntax error near unexpected token `('
/usr/bin/pdftoppm_kmenu.sh: line 117: `select () {'


When I make it select_ ()
the script works for the rest of the functions but not for the select () function of course.

kind regards,

Marco




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 Re: Scripting problem

 
 by egregorion on: Dec 6 2008
 
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I hope fix all bugs :-)
I added some menu and message dialog too.

Thank you for your comment


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 Remove fonts from PDF files

 
 by dotancohen on: Dec 7 2008
 
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Hello Giuseppe, can you add an option for removing custom fonts from PDF documents? My university has ancient PDF documents (text, not images) that have a terrible font embedded in them and I have difficulty reading them (it is a pseudo-handwriting font)! This would be a terrific accessibility enhancement. Thanks.


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 Re: Remove fonts from PDF files

 
 by egregorion on: Dec 7 2008
 
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Hi Dotan,
I not have idea how to this.
I now try to know more on this and, if it possible, I add in a servicemenu.

The only ways at the moment I know are:
-import and edit pdf file with openoffice 3.0 (draw + pdf extension)
-use little windows software with wine for now.

Sorry, Regards
Giuseppe Benigno


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 why author still use pdftk?

 
 by bugmenot1234 on: Dec 21 2008
 
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why author still use pdftk?
Gentoo maintainers inform that pdftk has many issues including a gcc-4.3 failure and dead upstream
# see tracker bug https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=251796


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 Re: why author still use pdftk?

 
 by egregorion on: Dec 21 2008
 
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I hope this issues became fix in bit time.
I not use gentoo and in debian it's all ok.
I used pdftk because I not know others software with some features.

If you have some hints you are welcome.

Regards


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