[scribus] Page order on PDF export
jluc at no-log.org
Thu Aug 26 17:40:28 CEST 2010
OK done http://wiki.scribus.net/index.php/PDF,_PostScript_and_Imposition_tools
along with another example and short explanation.
does # in the script means that the line is a comment ?
Le 26/08/2010 16:38, John Culleton a écrit :
> On Thursday 26 August 2010 05:14:16 JLuc wrote:
>> Hello John,
>> Le 25/08/2010 16:31, John Culleton a écrit :
>>> I take a different approach for making booklets of hymns. This is
>>> a Linux script called thus:
>>> script1a foobook
>>> where the input file is named foobook.ps.
>>> Linux will substitute "foobook" for every occurrence of "$1".
>>> psbook $1.ps $1b.ps
>>> echo 'psnup'
>>> psnup -2 -ptabloid -Pletter $1b.ps $1p.ps
>>> echo 'psselect'
>>> psselect -o $1p.ps $1o.ps
>>> psselect -e -r $1p.ps $1e.ps
>>> #lpr $1o.ps
>>> #echo 'switch paper'
>>> #read x
>>> #lpr $1e.ps
>>> #rm $1p.ps $1e.ps $1o.ps $1b.ps
>>> The result will be two files named "foobooke.ps" and
>>> "foobooko.ps, set up for running the paper twice through my Ricoh
>>> laser printer. For another printer I might need to eliminate the
>>> "-r" parameter.
>> I couldn't find your script on the wiki.
>> Dont you mind me posting it there ?
>> scribus mailing list
>> scribus at lists.scribus.net
> That's fine. Hopefully it will be helpful to someone along the way.
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