Tag: PDF Printer

FileConverterPro (FCpro) – Version 1.0.54 available

Innovations FCpro Version 1.0.54:

HiQ – HTML to PDF conversion – Browser size configurable:

  • For the HiQ-HTML to PDF conversion, a “virtual browser” is used internally for the rendering of the HTML pages. Depending on the window size of the browser, HTML pages are displayed differently with regard to format / wrap / margins, etc.. This is why the window size of the browser affects the PDF generated during the conversionFor this reason, there is now a parameter for both the optimal window size to be determined automatically or to specify a fixed browser window width in pixels. The internal default value is 800 pixels.

FCpro - Neue Option - HTML Konvertierung - Browser Größe & Breite setzen

iOCR – PDF rendering resolution configurable:

  • Since only image / image documents can be processed by OCR, PDF documents are always subjected to an image (rendering) prior to OCR processing. The PDF rendering is done with a predefined resolution – so far 300dpi for BW and 150dpi for color. However, the default value of 150dpi is not sufficient to always achieve a good OCR detection rate. Therefore, it is now possible to configure the rendering resolution for BW and color, with the default value for color now being 300dpi.

iOCR - Option - PDF Rendering resolution for b&w and color

Support for additional MS-Office formats:

  • E.g. DOTX: The new version now also includes all MS-Office templates. E.g. DOTX over their file extensions or via the MIME types.

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eDocPrintPro Tools – Version 3.24.8 available

Innovations eDocPrintPro Tools Version 3.24.8:

The tools eDocPrintProUtil.exe and ApplyEsf.exe have been modified. The file extensions for eDocPrintPro profile files have changed in an eDocPrintPro predecessor version from ESF to ESFX, which means that an adaptation was required. With the new tools, ESFX profiles can now be loaded interactively or loaded and activated via command line parameters.

The parameters / LOAD and / APPLY have been added to ApplyEsf.exe. With / LOAD the profile is only selected, but not loaded, while / APPLY selects the profile and loads it at the same time.

  • eDocPrintProUtil.exe Command line example to create 2 additional printers, load and activate an ESFX profile, and lock the user interface of the printer.

Beispiel für eDocPrintProUtil Anwendung

  • ApplyEsf.exeExample to load and activate ESFX profiles:

ApplyEsf.exe - Beispiel um Profile zu laden und zu aktivieren

 

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SetDestination Version 3.24.0 – eDocPrintPro Commandline Tool – Set target folder / file name

SetDestination is a free command line tool that allows to set the destination folder and the destination file name of a specific eDocPrintPro. Also can be used to control whether the Save As dialog will come up or the file should be created directly without saving dialogue.

Example:

  • SetDestination.exe printer=“eDocPrintPro” folder=“c:Temp” name=“%DOCNAME%” dialog=“yes”
  • oder dialog=”no” If the Save As” dialog should be suppressed

printer=<Name of eDocPrintpro Printer>
folder=<target folder>
name=<target file name w/o extension>
dialog=”yes” or “no”Show Save As dialog or suppress

For all parameters are the ..” Delimiter only required if there are spaces in the text. DThe the printer name printer =” always required and is also validated accordingly. All other parameters are optional and change the existing settings only if they are set and available as command line parameters.

The setup installs that EXE to Folder C:Program FilesCommon FilesMAYComputereDocPrintPro

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