While trying to find out the quickest, cleanest way to install PDFedit program in Linux Mint, I stumbled upon Master PDF Editor for Linux, which is basically the same thing, but more advanced and closed source, but free for personal use.
By Rowan Rodrik, 2 years ago, on July 13, 2015, at 19:07 |
On one of our computers, some websites behaved very weird; pages could not be found and they were redirected to mybrowserbar.com. I found this on Wikipedia about PDFCreator:
By halfgaar, 6 years ago, on October 05, 2010, at 13:10 |
I encountered one of those scans which was shared as a single-page PDF. I don't want it that way, because I want to include it in a web page. I want a simple bitmap image. ImageMagick comes to the rescue:
By Rowan Rodrik, 8 years ago, on February 03, 2009, at 21:02 |
PDFLaTeX doesn't like encapsulated postscript images. If you want to use .eps files with pdflatex, you can convert these files to PDF using Sebastian Rahtz' epstopdf, and then remove all .eps file extensions from the image locations in your .tex source files. Then, the latex command will look for .eps file and the pdflatex command will look for .pdf, .jpg and .png files.
By Rowan Rodrik, 10 years ago, on March 02, 2007, at 23:03 |