does anyone have experience printing PDFs from Rev @ full resolution?

Richmond Mathewson richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Sun Dec 13 08:37:49 EST 2009


On 13/12/2009 15:28, Jan Schenkel wrote:
>
> Looking back at your original question, I can now see you weren't looking to embed high-resolution images into a new PDF document, but rather how you print a PDF file.
>
> On Mac, you can use an AppleScript to ask Preview or Acrobat Reader to print the PDF file. Preview will always be there, but you can even ask the Finder to print the document and it will pick the correct application for you.
>
> On Windows, you can sue a command-line utility called 'pdfp' - which you can download from here:<http://www.esnips.com/doc/9e2a3a72-52ca-4711-945b-85316465f02f/pdfp>
> There's also a newer version which is more compatible with Acrobat Reader 8 and higher, pdfp8, which you can download here:<http://www.esnips.com/doc/0a1928c4-a96d-4a4c-838a-eb6e0b9a986c/pdfp8>
> PDFP requires that Adobe Acrobat Reader is installed on the system, but that's a dependency you shouldn't have to worry about.
> > From the command-line, you would use something like
> pdfp -p "<printername>" -c<copies>  "<filepath>"
> So translating that into revTalk:
> ##
> put thePathToPdfpExe&&  "-p"&&  quote&  thePrinterName&  quote&&  \
>      "-c"&&  theNumberOfCopies&&  quote&  theFilePath&  quote \
>      into theCommand
> get shell(theCommand)
> ##
> You might want to set the 'hideConsoleWindows' global property to true before calling the 'shell' function.
>    

And, Linux ????

> HTH,
>
>
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