From: Janning Vygen (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Dec 11 2003 - 07:08:19 PST
i produce some nice PDFs and now i want to give them to a printing
house. The paper is printed in full width to the edges.
Now i need "Überfüller" and "Schnittmarken" I dont know the words in
english and my online dictonary couldn't translate them.
"Überfüller"(extra margin??) means to put 3mm more margins on the
resulting papersize and "Schnittmarken" (cutting marker??) means to
place markers on the paper to cut the extra margin after printing.
There a three ways i can see:
1. Option for XEP?
I read http://xep.xattic.com/xep/doc/userguide.html and looked for an
option to pass to XEP. It would be nice to give XEP options like
--extramargins 3mm --cuttingmarker true . But there are no options
2. postprocessing pdf?
Is there a way to call ghostscript or something lese to to add extra
margin and cutting marker?
3. manual FO
Of course i could change my fo code, but this isn't very nice, isnt
it? I would like to use the same fo for web pdf and print pdf and
don't worry about extra margins
Does anybody has a nice idea how to do it? I use docbook-stylesheets
to transform my xml to fo, and xep 3.6.1 to render the fo to pdf.
Any hints are welcome.
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