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Old 10-17-2008, 11:57 PM   #1
allovertheglobe
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Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: L.A., Euro ex-pat
Device: Kobo, Nook Classic,Color,ST/Glow, iRex DR1000, Sony 505, REB1100&1200
Sketching Goodies

Good timing too, what with the updated PC Companion that actually makes at least the PDF Sketch & Merge usable.

Firstly, there are 4 PDFs attached below:
- a blank page (Blank.pdf)
- a page with 1/2" lines (Lines.pdf)
- a page with a 1/2 cm quad grid (Quad.pdf)
- a page with Graph paper: 1cm w/ 2mm divisions) (Graph.pdf)

All should be a 1:1 match with the DR1000S display, i.e. 1024x1280, 160DPI in portrait mode. However, they may not quite work out perfectly because of the way PDFs scale in general (completely disregarding anything "pixel"), and the screen DPI being a guestimate, so don't whip out a ruler quite yet... They have to be PDFs because that's the only format currently supporting the Merge feature.

How to use them:
- Copy them into the Writepads folder on your reader
- In the PC Companion software, apply "Convert to Template" to each one. This step needs to be done by you because the info is saved in the metadata.db file on your reader, not in the original files.
- On the DR1000: The PDFs should now appear in the Writepads folder, with a little round seal in the top left corner indicating they are templates.
- Open one, in the Zooming menu switch to Full Screen & Fit to Screen (or Hide Margins), and in the Writing menu pick a pen and start scribbling away!

NOTE: That's the only way to get them mostly undistorted. Zooming menu: 100% and optionally Full Screen works only for images... and those cannot be "merged" by the Companion software at this point.

UPDATE 2:
- Added "Lines_Narrow.pdf" (~1cm lines)
- Added 50-sheet "Pads" of each type
- Added source PNG files
- Removed Grayscale test images (will create new thread on the subject)


Hope you find all these useful!
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Attached Files
File Type: pdf Blank.pdf (4.9 KB, 591 views)
File Type: pdf Lines.pdf (21.4 KB, 609 views)
File Type: pdf Quad.pdf (28.7 KB, 614 views)
File Type: pdf Graph.pdf (32.4 KB, 622 views)
File Type: pdf Lines_Narrow.pdf (6.1 KB, 526 views)
File Type: pdf Blank_Pad.pdf (122.7 KB, 413 views)
File Type: pdf Graph_Pad.pdf (1.04 MB, 456 views)
File Type: pdf Lines_Pad.pdf (700.8 KB, 452 views)
File Type: pdf Lines_Narrow_Pad.pdf (124.3 KB, 430 views)
File Type: pdf Quad_Pad.pdf (818.3 KB, 465 views)

Last edited by allovertheglobe; 11-21-2008 at 09:19 PM.
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