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Re: Other paged media processing approach - summary

From: Patrick Gundlach <gundlach@speedata.de>
Date: Sat, 9 Feb 2013 16:32:46 +0100
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> 3. Patrick Gundlach. 9.41 8 Feb
>   I believe this to be a variant of Ken Holman ideas?

No. The example I gave is only for the trivial case.

On my slides at xmlprage I gave an example of a page in a consumer catalog where a possible application is that it should rearrange the page to fit one more product on it (to reduce the total number of pages) by 

* changing the font size
* making images smaller
* shuffling the products around
* retypesetting the table
* removing some images

this is a fictitious application/example, but we encounter similar demands. This is not possible by predefining some optimizations in the black box renderer and choose the right one, because it is impossible to anticipate all possible customer demands.

(sorry to insist and to sound like a nitpicker, but looking at the details is crucial to understand why I do this the way I present. I know that I am not good in expressing myself, so don't be too rough with me. I might be wrong of course, but currently I don't see how my applications can be handled by any current or proposed standards except for some easy cases.) 


Patrick



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