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Old 04-03-2013, 10:09 PM   #377
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Hi

A question about internal margins.

Thanks for a wonderful software. I am a Linux user (64bits) and I have a KoboGlo. I tried k2pdfopt on one of my own PDF (just for a ten pages trial). There is a header.

I used the following command:
Code:
/opt/k2pdfopt brune.pdf -w 748 -h 1024 -odpi 213 -m 0.5 -p 10-20
The PDF end result leaves a 10 px right margin on my Kobo, which is normal because the width I should have used should have been 758px instead of 748.

I would like my text to be centered, that is to have a 5px margin on both sides. I learnt there is an -omb parameter but I could get no result out of it.

What would be your advice to improve the left and right margin display of this text on the Kobo?
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File Type: pdf brune.pdf (1.04 MB, 76 views)
File Type: pdf brune_k2opt.pdf (739.6 KB, 65 views)

Last edited by roger64; 04-03-2013 at 10:18 PM.
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