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I run a business and Xournal doesnt have the quality or breadth of control over pdf files that I need. I'm also using or applying digital signatures all the time. Master PDF Editor (version 5 as of this date) is a paid application that easily exceeds expectations and is now my default pdf reader for Ubuntu. Key feature: - sign documents - fill in ...


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moraes solution did not work for me. The main problem was the x5 and x6 calculation. Here an offset has to be considered, i.e. if lowerLeft is not at (0,0) So here is another variation, with additional adaptions to use PyPDF2 and python 3: import copy import math import PyPDF2 import sys import io def split_pages(src, dst): src_f = io.open(src, 'r+b'...


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You can use the following single-line vim command to create a .pdf file from within vim: :hardcopy > %.ps | !ps2pdf %.ps && rm %.ps Note: The % is shorthand for the current filename, so HelloWorld.C will print to HelloWorld.C.pdf If you want to also retain the intermediate .ps file, simply omit the && rm %.ps, obtaining: :hardcopy > %...


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