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Old 07-17-2011, 04:41 PM   #1
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Is it possible to split PDF like this...

Hi. I have an idea, is it possible to split big-sized PDF pages same as reader's screen size, in a readable form?

For example, i have a pdf file which size is more big than the reader's screen resolution:

This is my pdf file in computer screen:


This is how it looks on reader


I want to split the big pdf page like this, same as reader's screen:



And this is how splitted pages will look on reader's screen:



If you look carefully, you will see the second half of the splitted page is small for reader's screen. And it will be stretched automatically by the reader, and will look like this:



But if the bottom of page is filled, it will look like 4th image.

And also, if we can select which area will be splitted, it will be more good. I don't know if there is a software which can do same things or not. If not, can anybody write a software with above things, which will be very useful for reader users.
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Old 07-17-2011, 07:49 PM   #2
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Vertical auto scaling is a good recipe for FAIL! This is the reader's fault. Its operating system was written by idiots. Why can't they just implement something like GoodReader on the iDevices, that lets you lock the zoom level you want and just let you scroll down, while maintaining that zoom level throughout the book?

This cropping that you speak of, should be done automatically if the document is too tall. Or at least have the option to zoom out a bit, while sacrificing some of the side real estate.
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Old 07-17-2011, 09:03 PM   #3
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