Commit e96faa39 authored by colm's avatar colm
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=============
| T O D O |
=============
- crop marks: higher page format
- add margins around pages on screen-only + background color
- choice to give a page number or to calculate it automatically
- Table of contents (Internal links works with anchors; use Jquery to make a
table of content / or use a jquery plugin to do so?)
- spot colors export in different PDFs with export class
- put objects on spreads (as a jquery plugin, it would duplicate the object on
the next page with an offset of "width and margin-left")
- css columns → doesn't print as columns, we have to do css regions instead.
can we make a javascript to do so? as it is much shorter to write it in css?
- several flows/stories
- http://www.bramstein.com/projects/typeset/ et http://jsfiddle.net/p8omquam/
=================
| TO M E R G E |
=================
- moveable images inside pages
===============
| D E B U G |
===============
- when printing with .spread, javascript to remove the .spread class
- zooming in and out changes layout preview
==============================
| D O C U M E N T A T I O N |
==============================
- draw a schema to show the links between files
- produce pdf / images to show examples of the features list
- add links to jobs we did with the tool
- links to Balsamine interview http://osp.constantvzw.org:9999/p/balsa-docu
- add some testimonials as in Prince http://www.princexml.com/ ?
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<SCRIBUSUTF8NEW Version="1.4.3">
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<CheckProfile Name="PDF/X-3" ignoreErrors="0" autoCheck="1" checkGlyphs="1" checkOrphans="1" checkOverflow="1" checkPictures="1" checkResolution="1" checkTransparency="1" minResolution="300" maxResolution="2400" checkAnnotations="1" checkRasterPDF="1" checkForGIF="1" ignoreOffLayers="0" checkOffConflictLayers="0"/>
<CheckProfile Name="PostScript" ignoreErrors="0" autoCheck="1" checkGlyphs="1" checkOrphans="1" checkOverflow="1" checkPictures="1" checkResolution="1" checkTransparency="1" minResolution="144" maxResolution="2400" checkAnnotations="0" checkRasterPDF="1" checkForGIF="1" ignoreOffLayers="0" checkOffConflictLayers="0"/>
<COLOR NAME="Black" CMYK="#000000ff" Spot="0" Register="0"/>
<COLOR NAME="Blue" RGB="#0000ff" Spot="0" Register="0"/>
<COLOR NAME="Cool Black" CMYK="#990000ff" Spot="0" Register="0"/>
<COLOR NAME="Cyan" CMYK="#ff000000" Spot="0" Register="0"/>
<COLOR NAME="Green" RGB="#00ff00" Spot="0" Register="0"/>
<COLOR NAME="Magenta" CMYK="#00ff0000" Spot="0" Register="0"/>
<COLOR NAME="Red" RGB="#ff0000" Spot="0" Register="0"/>
<COLOR NAME="Registration" CMYK="#ffffffff" Spot="0" Register="1"/>
<COLOR NAME="Rich Black" CMYK="#996666ff" Spot="0" Register="0"/>
<COLOR NAME="Warm Black" CMYK="#00994cff" Spot="0" Register="0"/>
<COLOR NAME="White" CMYK="#00000000" Spot="0" Register="0"/>
<COLOR NAME="Yellow" CMYK="#0000ff00" Spot="0" Register="0"/>
<HYPHEN/>
<STYLE NAME="Default Paragraph Style" ALIGN="0" LINESPMode="0" LINESP="15" INDENT="0" RMARGIN="0" FIRST="0" VOR="0" NACH="0" DROP="0" DROPLIN="2" DROPDIST="0"/>
<CHARSTYLE CNAME="Default Character Style" FONT="Century Schoolbook L Bold" FONTSIZE="12" FEATURES="inherit" FCOLOR="Black" FSHADE="100" SCOLOR="Black" SSHADE="100" TXTSHX="5" TXTSHY="-5" TXTOUT="1" TXTULP="-0.1" TXTULW="-0.1" TXTSTP="-0.1" TXTSTW="-0.1" SCALEH="100" SCALEV="100" BASEO="0" KERN="0" LANGUAGE="English"/>
<LAYERS NUMMER="0" LEVEL="1" NAME="html2print" SICHTBAR="1" DRUCKEN="1" EDIT="1" FLOW="1" TRANS="1" BLEND="0" OUTL="0" LAYERC="#000000"/>
<LAYERS NUMMER="1" LEVEL="0" NAME="scribus-cropmarks" SICHTBAR="1" DRUCKEN="1" EDIT="1" FLOW="1" TRANS="1" BLEND="0" OUTL="0" LAYERC="#ff0000"/>
<Printer firstUse="1" toFile="62" useAltPrintCommand="252" outputSeparations="1" useSpotColors="0" useColor="0" mirrorH="0" mirrorV="0" useICC="160" doGCR="221" doClip="45" setDevParam="2" useDocBleeds="0" cropMarks="0" bleedMarks="0" registrationMarks="0" colorMarks="240" includePDFMarks="5" PSLevel="3" PDLanguage="33911920" markOffset="1.77284587565923e-316" BleedTop="0" BleedLeft="0" BleedRight="0" BleedBottom="0" printer="" filename="" separationName="" printerCommand=""/>
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<Set Name="Single Page" FirstPage="0" Rows="1" Columns="1"/>
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<PageNames Name="Left Page"/>
<PageNames Name="Right Page"/>
</Set>
<Set Name="3-Fold" FirstPage="0" Rows="1" Columns="3">
<PageNames Name="Left Page"/>
<PageNames Name="Middle"/>
<PageNames Name="Right Page"/>
</Set>
<Set Name="4-Fold" FirstPage="0" Rows="1" Columns="4">
<PageNames Name="Left Page"/>
<PageNames Name="Middle Left"/>
<PageNames Name="Middle Right"/>
<PageNames Name="Right Page"/>
</Set>
</PageSets>
<Sections>
<Section Number="0" Name="0" From="0" To="0" Type="Type_1_2_3" Start="1" Reversed="0" Active="1"/>
</Sections>
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<PageItemAttributes/>
</PAGEOBJECT>
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</SCRIBUSUTF8NEW>
#! /usr/bin/env bash
#
# USAGE
# ./colorSepatation.sh input.pdf
#
# OUTPUT
# a directory called `tiffsep` where you have a jpg image per color channel per page
bn=$(basename ${1} .pdf)
# Change resolution here, -r150x150 = 150dpi
gs -sDEVICE=tiffsep -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -r150x150 -sOutputFile=${bn}-page%03d.tif ${1}
echo "MOVE TIF FILES INTO 'TIFFSEP' FOLDER"
mkdir tiffsep
mv ${bn}*.tif tiffsep
cd tiffsep
echo "CONVERT TIF TO JPG"
for TIF in *.tif; do convert $TIF $(basename $TIF .tif).jpg; done
echo "REMOVE TIF FILES"
rm *tif
echo "GENERATE HTML PREVIEW PAGE"
cat ../colorSeparation_header.html > ${bn}-checkcolors.html
start=1
end=$(( $(ls | wc -l) /5))
size=$(identify ${bn}-page001.jpg | cut -d " " -f 3)
width=$(echo ${size} | cut -d "x" -f 1)
height=$(echo ${size} | cut -d "x" -f 2)
for i in $(eval echo "{$start..$end}")
do
page=$(printf "%03u" ${i})
echo "<div id='page${page}' class='page' style='height: ${height}px; width: ${width}px;'>" >> ${bn}-checkcolors.html
echo " <img class='all' style='height: ${height}px; width: ${width}px;' data-original='${bn}-page${page}.jpg' />" >> ${bn}-checkcolors.html
echo " <img class='cyan' style='height: ${height}px; width: ${width}px;' data-original='${bn}-page${page}(Cyan).jpg' />" >> ${bn}-checkcolors.html
echo " <img class='magenta' style='height: ${height}px; width: ${width}px;' data-original='${bn}-page${page}(Magenta).jpg' />" >> ${bn}-checkcolors.html
echo " <img class='yellow' style='height: ${height}px; width: ${width}px;' data-original='${bn}-page${page}(Yellow).jpg' />" >> ${bn}-checkcolors.html
echo " <img class='black' style='height: ${height}px; width: ${width}px;' data-original='${bn}-page${page}(Black).jpg' />" >> ${bn}-checkcolors.html
echo "</div>" >> ${bn}-checkcolors.html
done
cat ../colorSeparation_footer.html >> ${bn}-checkcolors.html
<script type="text/javascript" src="../lib/jquery.min.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" src="../lib/jquery.lazyload.min.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript" charset="utf-8">
$(".cyan, .magenta, .yellow, .black").hide();
$("img").lazyload({
skip_invisible : false
});
function showhide(color){
$("#" + color).click(function(){
$("img").hide();
$("." + color).show();
});
}
$(document).ready(function(){
showhide("all");
showhide("cyan");
showhide("magenta");
showhide("yellow");
showhide("black");
});
</script>
</body>
</html>
<!DOCTYPE HTML>
<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
<title>Check color separation</title>
<style type="text/css" media="screen">
div#interface {
position: fixed;
z-index: 1000;
bottom: 10px;
right: 10px;
}
div#interface div {
background-color: black;
font-family:sans-serif;
text-transform: uppercase;
font-size: 12px !important;
letter-spacing: 1px;
color: white;
padding: 5px 7px;
margin-bottom: 1em;
cursor: pointer;
}
div#interface div:hover {
background-color: white;
color: black;
outline: 1px solid black;
}
img {
position: absolute;
outline: 1px solid black;
}
</style>
</head>
<body>
<div id="interface">
<div id="all">All</div>
<div id="cyan">Cyan</div>
<div id="magenta">Magenta</div>
<div id="yellow">Yellow</div>
<div id="black">Black</div>
</div>
#! /usr/bin/env bash
#
# USAGE:
# ./rgb2cmyk.sh input.pdf
#
# OUTPUT:
# input-cmyk.pdf
gs -dNOPAUSE -sDEVICE=pdfwrite -sColorConversionStrategy=CMYK -dProcessColorModel=/DeviceCMYK -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -sOUTPUTFILE=$(basename ${1} .pdf)-cmyk.pdf ${1}
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HTML to print
=============
This is an example document to test different layout features to design printed
documents with HTML/CSS/Javascript.
[Clone the repository](http://osp.constantvzw.org/tools/html2print/).
splinter fields is an initiative of brussels based organizations active within
the fields of technological and media arts (constant, foam, nadine and okno) to
foster collaborative, agile and flexible learning. the programme of workshops,
study-groups and field-tests is open to artists, designers, technologists and
other generalists curious to explore tools and mindware for experiments in
contemporary culture and daily life.
undertype was originally built as an educationnal platform to make apparent the
processes that a typesetting engine may go through. it was purposely
rudimentary and bare. for todays purpose, pierre built a version that allows
for copying and pasting functions. we may take these abilities for granted, but
they didn't necessarely fit in the original idea of the program. undertype
imitates a linotype machine as is sets slugs of text line by line and one by
one. reenacting digitally what these machines did with masters and hot lead.
the imagined workflow will be to use both laidout and undertype: undertype will
be the tool to set the text in sections. this combination came about as laidout
does not enable text setting functions. outputted pdf files from undertype will
be rasterised and imported into laidout as images (the idea from the beggining
is to print the flyers on a risograph machine) then images, logos, etc will be
laidout in laidout.
Test of image resolution
------------------------
![](img/collaborative-plotting.png){: data-alt-src="img/collaborative-plotting.png" }
splinter fields is an initiative of brussels based organizations active within
the fields of technological and media arts (constant, foam, nadine and okno) to
foster collaborative, agile and flexible.
I'm a heading and I don't want to be alone. {: .region-break }
--------------------------------------------------------------
[Let's see what's next.](#come-here)
undertype was originally built as an educationnal platform to make apparent the
processes that a typesetting engine may go through. it was purposely
rudimentary and bare. for todays purpose, pierre built a version that allows
for copying and pasting functions. we may take these abilities for granted, but
they didn't necessarely fit in the original idea of the program. undertype
imitates a linotype machine as is sets slugs of text line by line and one by
one. reenacting digitally what these machines did with masters and hot lead.
undertype was originally built as an educationnal platform to make apparent the
processes that a typesetting engine may go through. it was purposely
rudimentary and bare. for todays purpose, pierre built a version that allows
for copying and pasting functions. we may take these abilities for granted, but
they didn't necessarely fit in the original idea of the program. undertype
imitates a linotype machine as is sets slugs of text line by line and one by
one. reenacting digitally what these machines did with masters and hot lead.
the imagined workflow will be to use both laidout and undertype: undertype will
be the tool to set the text in sections. this combination came about as laidout
does not enable text setting functions. outputted pdf files from undertype will
be rasterised and imported into laidout as images (the idea from the beggining
is to print the flyers on a risograph machine) then images, logos, etc will be
laidout in laidout.
![](img/collaborative-plotting.png)
splinter fields is an initiative of brussels based organizations active within
the fields of technological and media arts (constant, foam, nadine and okno) to
foster collaborative, agile and flexible learning. the programme of workshops,
study-groups and field-tests is open to artists, designers, technologists and
other generalists curious to explore tools and mindware for experiments in
contemporary culture and daily life.
undertype was originally built as an educationnal platform to make apparent the
processes that a typesetting engine may go through. it was purposely
rudimentary and bare. for todays purpose, pierre built a version that allows
for copying and pasting functions. we may take these abilities for granted, but
they didn't necessarely fit in the original idea of the program. undertype
imitates a linotype machine as is sets slugs of text line by line and one by
one. reenacting digitally what these machines did with masters and hot lead.
<div class="region-break"></div>
the imagined workflow will be to use both laidout and undertype: undertype will
be the tool to set the text in sections. this combination came about as laidout
does not enable text setting functions. outputted pdf files from undertype will
be rasterised and imported into laidout as images (the idea from the beggining
is to print the flyers on a risograph machine) then images, logos, etc will be
laidout in laidout.
I'm a heading and I want to be linked. {: .region-break }
---------------------------------------------------------
![](img/collaborative-plotting.png)
splinter fields is an initiative of brussels based organizations active within
the fields of technological and media arts (constant, foam, nadine and okno) to
foster collaborative, agile and flexible learning. the programme of workshops,
study-groups and field-tests is open to artists, designers, technologists and
other generalists curious to explore tools and mindware for experiments in
contemporary culture and daily life.
undertype was originally built as an educationnal platform to make apparent the
processes that a typesetting engine may go through. it was purposely
rudimentary and bare. for todays purpose, pierre built a version that allows
for copying and pasting functions. we may take these abilities for granted, but
they didn't necessarely fit in the original idea of the program. undertype
imitates a linotype machine as is sets slugs of text line by line and one by
one. reenacting digitally what these machines did with masters and hot lead.
the imagined workflow will be to use both laidout and undertype: undertype will
be the tool to set the text in sections. this combination came about as laidout
does not enable text setting functions. outputted pdf files from undertype will
be rasterised and imported into laidout as images (the idea from the beggining
is to print the flyers on a risograph machine) then images, logos, etc will be
laidout in laidout.
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splinter fields is an initiative of brussels based organizations active within
the fields of technological and media arts (constant, foam, nadine and okno) to
foster collaborative, agile and flexible learning. the programme of workshops,
study-groups and field-tests is open to artists, designers, technologists and
other generalists curious to explore tools and mindware for experiments in
contemporary culture and daily life.
undertype was originally built as an educationnal platform to make apparent the
processes that a typesetting engine may go through. it was purposely
rudimentary and bare. for todays purpose, pierre built a version that allows
for copying and pasting functions. we may take these abilities for granted, but
they didn't necessarely fit in the original idea of the program. undertype
imitates a linotype machine as is sets slugs of text line by line and one by
one. reenacting digitally what these machines did with masters and hot lead.
the imagined workflow will be to use both laidout and undertype: undertype will
be the tool to set the text in sections. this combination came about as laidout
does not enable text setting functions. outputted pdf files from undertype will
be rasterised and imported into laidout as images (the idea from the beggining
is to print the flyers on a risograph machine) then images, logos, etc will be
laidout in laidout.
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