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M11 -- dropping a signature into a pdf

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Richard
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Re: M11 -- dropping a signature into a pdf

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Post by Richard » Mon Jul 07, 2014 8:48 pm

If the pdf is locked, you might want to take a look at "man qpdf".
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Re: M11 -- dropping a signature into a pdf

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Post by Gordon Cooper » Tue Jul 08, 2014 1:39 am

Richard wrote:@Gordon,
Have you tried it in Dosbox?
I've run console apps and binaries in it.
Did very well and is less hassle than Wine.

Dosbox boggled at PDF Converter, too many dll's and extra files, but I am going to try it with some
stuff I wrote in Turbo Pascal and early Delphi.

Thanks anyway.

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