I am wanting to write a script that will load a pdf with a specified resolution and then save it as a jpeg.
When I open the pdf document manually (via the GUI). I am greeted with the "Import from PDF" window, which allows me to set the resolution of the image which then alters the width and height of the image based on the resolution specified. However, when I attempt to automate this with script-fu, I am having issues getting the same functionality. I am using the 'file-pdf-load' function to load the pdf, however there is no option to set the resolution and height of the image. (It appears to default to 100dpi). I can use the 'gimp-image-set-resolution' function to set the resolution but this doesn't automatically update the width and height of the image. When I alter the size of the image using 'gimp-image-resize' it seems to keep the image at the same size but sets the extra area to transparent. Is this functionality possible or am I missing something completely? Needless to say I am quite new to script-fu. Thanks. -- Ash C. _______________________________________________ Gimp-user mailing list Gimp-user@lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU https://lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU/mailman/listinfo/gimp-user