mostyn at platformis.net
Thu Feb 11 12:56:33 UTC 2021
It looks like pdftk is no longer cross platform for the mac.
i.e. it hasn’t been updated in a long time and is not 64bit I suspect.
> On 9 Feb 2021, at 15:30, msr.play <msr.play at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Thank you everyone so far…
> I am still thinking it through. One version would be the persons name somewhere in the footer of each page.
> Another version would be their name in the title page. This is like merging in Word I suppose and I suspect beyond what pdf offers.
> I thought about attributes like you listed Phil. Its the right place for something like this. I don’t think they appear within the text of the document though so its quite different, unless there is a way to make them appear like a mail merge variable??
> The command line watermark sounds interesting. Is the position and orientation of the watermark configurable?
> And is there a Mac version of this command line tool?
>> On 8 Feb 2021, at 15:36, IT <it at plastipol.com> wrote:
>> I’m using pdfk since Omnis Studio 4.x, now 10.1, for watermarking pdf documents and works seamless.
>>> El 8 feb 2021, a las 14:44, Rudolf Bargholz <rudolf at bargholz.ch> escribió:
>>> Hi Rob,
>>> With the command line tool pdftk you can add a watermark to your PDF file. I personally have never done this before, but you would to be able to test this on the command line, and then implement the command line call from Omnis. Just make sure the original PDF and the watermark PDF files both have a transparent background.
>>> Rudolf Bargholz
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>>> Betreff: pdf watermark
>>> Hi All,
>>> The subject line is not using the correct term because I don’t know what the right term is.
>>> Users are visiting a website.
>>> They have identified themselves by logging in.
>>> An option they have is to request a document be sent to them. It will be a pdf document.
>>> The document is static in content but I want to embed some sort of identification mark within the document.
>>> I don’t want to generate a pdf in Omnis because it takes too much processing time (the doc is about 50 pages long).
>>> Is there a way of taking a static pdf document, adjusting an attribute within its DOM or something like that, and putting it into an email?
>>> Rob Mostyn
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