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/cups/acroread.conf

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 1#
 2# Configuration file for acroread as alternate pdftops filter
 3#
 4# 2006-09-26/Bl
 5#	initial
 6#
 7# This configuration file sets some useful default options for use of
 8# the Adobe readder (acroread) as an alternate pdftops filter.
 9#
10# Most of these options may be overridden by using the commandline options
11# of pdftops prefixed with 'pdf'. Example: to expand the PDF pages to match
12# the specified media size, add 
13#	pdf-expand
14# to the command line options.
15# We use the option names of xpdf's pdftops utility for compatibility reasons;
16# for use with acroread they are translated by the pdftops wrapper. For
17# details see the script itself.
18
19#
20# Paper size handling
21#	We default to the media size in the PDF file. If acroread uses
22#	the media box or the crop box is unknown to me and cannot be modified
23#	by command line options, but we use the shrink to fit option by default.
24#
25shrink
26
27#
28# By default, we use level2 output, as most printers only support level2.
29# Note that acroread does no longer support level1, thus level1 will be
30# silently ignored.
31#
32level2
33
34#
35# As we convert to PostScript for printing only, we do not output comments
36# or annotations and emit all used fonts once at the beginning of the document.
37#
38optimizeForSpeed
39commentsOff
40annotsOff
41transQuality 3
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