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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0011819||Scribus||User Interface||public||2013-10-29 04:13||2019-10-24 16:11|
|Priority||normal||Severity||minor||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0011819: Right click menu should propose "Info" as a first option for PDF, as it does for images|
|Description||Right click menu should propose "Info" as a first option |
for embedded PDF,
as it does for images,
so as to enable to know technical data about the embedded PDF : basicaly name of file, but maybe also number of displayed page and total number of files +...
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||Question is : which options to display ?|
It could display the same datas as "Extra > manage images" does for a PDF :
- file path and name
- size in pixels
- color space
- name of frame
- document resolution (dpi)
- printed size (mm)
- real rendered resolution (dpi)
I think it should also display :
- number of shown page
- total number of pages in the PDF
Since the PDF includes also includes meta data it could display them too :
- type of PDF (1.3, 1.4, ...)
- tool it has been created with
- names of included fonts ?
These options (and also mainly the number of shown page and total number of pages in the PDF) could also enhance the "Extra > Manage image" display for PDFs.
the "info" is shown in the context menu.
i'm not sure that all the rest of the information should be in the context menu... there is not much you can do with that.
the information might be more useful in the image manager.