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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:  18452
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.




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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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 Sorry to all

 
 by egregorion on: Aug 5 2013
 
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Hi all,
I'm sorry for long time of absence.
Work and other take all my time.

For now the site is www.egregorion.net
A good info:
early you can install from repositories of debian/kubuntu directly.

Thank you to all.
Giuseppe Benigno


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 Thanks so much

 
 by SilentOS on: Aug 6 2013
 
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Thanks so much for this extension! I'm working in opensource publishing field and such projects help a lot with routine work.


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 Re: Thanks so much

 
 by Chip88 on: Sep 4 2013
 
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I also would like just to say: THANK YOU!!!

I'm lovin' your service menu!!!
It helps a lot!!!


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 Great work

 
 by Seniazi on: Dec 18 2013
 
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Definitely one of the most useful service menus, after preparing some stamp files for pdftk, I use this a lot. Also repaginate is something I very often need as well as burst and join.All work flawlessly on Debian Wheezy KDE 4.8.

Great work, thank you.


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 Extracting non contiguous pages

 
 by imruska on: Feb 21 2014
 
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Thanks for this very useful service menu.
Is it possible to extract non contiguous pages with PDFtk submenu? Because I could only extract a range, eg. 7-11, but could not page 7, and 9-11. Is this a shortcoming of your service menu, or simply I did not know the right syntax to give the range?


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 Re: Extracting non contiguous pages

 
 by egregorion on: Jun 4 2014
 
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Hi, I'm sorry but you can't do it, at moment.
You need do it in two step.

Thanks
Giuseppe Benigno


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 Exellent!!!

 
 by gvcastellon on: Jun 7 2014
 
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Thanks for this very useful service menu.

Installed in my System:

Kernel: 3.14.4-2.g0de0f93-desktop x86_64 (64 bit) Desktop: KDE 4.13.1
Distro: openSUSE 13.1 (Bottle


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