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answered PDF reverse n-up
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comment PDF reverse n-up
@maths-help-seeker: you didn't "get" the problem of Jo So. He wants to split individual pages into multiple... (These files were once created to "save paper", in order to print 2 original pages onto one sheet of paper).
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comment Create PDF with print page scale of none
Please do not add clarifications as comments. Edit your original question. If need be, write a new one and delete the old version altogether. Also, the "default view" of a PDF you talk about is only a recommendation to the viewer -- the viewer need not respect it (and you, as the viewer user, can override it by telling your viewer to always open PDFs in a different mode you prefer...).
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comment Create PDF with print page scale of none
As the author of a question, you can always edit it. Try to be clear and logical. Start with telling what software+version you currently use, and what you want to achieve. And you should do so before it gets downvoted or even deleted... You currently start with "I need to generate a PDF..." without telling what software you use. Then you continue to talk about "Print Options of Page Scaling"... which is something completely different from "generate a PDF" -- printing a PDF is a function of a PDF viewer, not a PDF generator.
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comment Create PDF with print page scale of none
I know a lot about PDF and Ghostscript (at least I like to think so)... but I do not understand your problem, sorry.
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comment I want to change DPI with Imagemagick without changing the actual byte-size of the image data
@BorisDäppen: You're the first one to tell me that I'm not a help to anyone here. A very bold statement for a SO/SU Noobie to make! :-)
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comment I want to change DPI with Imagemagick without changing the actual byte-size of the image data
Now you have. I upvoted your question, twice even...
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comment I want to change DPI with Imagemagick without changing the actual byte-size of the image data
No it's not possible to get what you asked before! If you had formulated your question like this: "I want to change the size of image for printouts (different DPI) without changing the byte-size of my image data" -- then it would be a different thing altogether, and your question wouldn't have been so easy to mis-understand....
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comment I want to change DPI with Imagemagick without changing the actual byte-size of the image data
user1694803: You should remember to return to Martin Wilson's answer and 'upvote' it too (click on the small ^ icon to the left of his answer), not just 'accept' it as soon as you have enough personal reputation (I think you need +15)...
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answered I want to change DPI with Imagemagick without changing the actual byte-size of the image data
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comment Need to print to cups-pdf from rmcobol program - how to configure terminfo?
How exactly is your cupspdf printer defined in CUPS? I'd first be interested in the output of these three commands: (1) lpstat -v cupspdf and (2) ls -l /etc/cups/ppd/cupspdf.ppd and (3) grep cupsFilter /etc/cups/ppd/cupspdf.ppd.
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comment Need to print to cups-pdf from rmcobol program - how to configure terminfo?
Does your cupspdf printer (supposedly defined in CUPS) print when you use the commandline or any other application (not 'rmcobol', whatever that is)?
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comment Linux-based tool to chop PDFs into multiple pages
@mullhausen: thanks for correcting the typo (421 -> -421). ;-)