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Nautilus Scripts for PDF Management

   2.0  Updated

Nautilus Script

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Nautilus Scripts for PDF Management
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Downloads:  508
Submitted:  Nov 21 2013
Updated:  12 hours ago

Description:

Package contents:

1. "Compress PDF..." (by Ricardo Ferreira) compresses and optimizes PDF files with a zenity GUI -- requires "ghostscript", "poppler-utils" and "zenity"

2. "Convert PDF to DJVU" converts selected PDF file(s) to DJVU file(s) -- requires "pdf2djvu"

3. "Convert PDF to HTML-i" converts selected PDF file(s) to HTML file(s) without with images -- requires "poppler-utils"

4. "Convert PDF to HTML+i" converts selected PDF file(s) to HTML file(s) with with images saved in the same directory -- requires "poppler-utils"

5. "Convert PDF to TXT" converts selected PDF file(s) to TXT file(s) -- requires "poppler-utils"

6. "Convert to JPG" converts selected PDF (and some other supported) file(s) to JPG file(s) -- requires "imagemagick"*

7. "Convert to PDF" converts selected valid file(s) to PDF file(s) -- requires "imagemagick"*

8. "Merge into PDF" converts and merges selected files into one multi-page PDF file -- requires "imagemagick"*

*NOTE: When all selected files are processed by the last 3 scripts using the "convert" command included in the "imagemagick" package;

(1) all supported formats such as BMP, JPG, PDF, PNG, TIFF, TXT in the selection are accepted as input files,

(2) when files with the same name but with different extensions (e.g. abc.jpg, abc.jpeg, abc.JPG, abc.png) are being converted, there is only one output file as a result of the previous file being overwritten by the next one,

(3) if there are also such document files as DOC, ODT among selected files, they are simply converted to PDF format, and saved in a sub-folder named "_dirname"

Installation: Simply make sure that you have installed the required packages, and copy the contents to your Nautilus Scripts folder, which is "~/.local/share/nautilus/scripts" for Nautilus 3.6+, creating a sub-folder named PDF, if you prefer.




Changelog:

2.0: Complete overhaul of the package
1.4: PDF to DJVU script renaming feature now supports not only lowercase extension (.pdf) but also two other possibilities: ".PDF" and ".Pdf"
1.3: PDF to DJVU script now replaces the extension ".pdf" with ".djvu" instead of appending
1.2: PDF to DJVU script now supports conversion of multiple files ( now all renamed as "filename.png.djvu" until I learn how to replace png with djvu in this case ;-) Also another Nautilus Script can be used to rename files in the meantime: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/nautilus-renamer?content=163361
1.1: PDF to DJVU added.




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 pdf2djvu

 
 by BrunoLotse on: Nov 21 2013
 
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Thank you very much for scripts.
Just a suggestion. Won't it be nice making conversions pdf files to djvu format?


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 Re: pdf2djvu

 
 by sadi on: Nov 22 2013
 
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OK, thanks, added.


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 Re: Re: pdf2djvu

 
 by BrunoLotse on: Nov 22 2013
 
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Great Job:)
Thank you very much:)


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 more than one file per task

 
 by Nonsmoker on: 2 days ago
 
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Could you possibly make the script to convert more than one file per task e.g. One can select a number of files which are then converted either one after another or simultaneously?

/addendum: I only use the pdf2djvu script.

cheers


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 Re: more than one file per task

 
 by sadi on: 2 days ago
 
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Done!
Enjoy it my friend :-)

Another Nonsmoker ;-)


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 Re: more than one file per task

 
 by sadi on: 2 days ago
 
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Also thank you for drawing my attention to this oversight ;-)


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 Re: Re: more than one file per task

 
 by Nonsmoker on: 2 days ago
 
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Wow, that was quick!

Thaaaank youuuuu! Your work is much appreciated, please keep it up!


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 Re: more than one file per task

 
 by sadi on: 2 days ago
 
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I would have done it before if I used this file format. I heard it but never saw it. It produces much smaller file size, but far less known and used. Is there a good djvu viewer with annotation capabilities like highlighting, commenting, etc.?


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 Re: Re: more than one file per task

 
 by Nonsmoker on: 2 days ago
 
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Sadly not :-( Read here: http://talegari.wikidot.com/blog:13


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 Re: more than one file per task

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 by sadi on: 1 day ago
 
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BTW I've now updated the script again -- this time to replace file extension instead of appending.


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