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Re: [K12OSN] OT: GUI for applying "stamp" to PDF files



Nils Breunese wrote:
> Rob Owens wrote:
> 
>> I need to be able to take an existing PDF file and apply a "stamp" to
>> it.  Specifically, it needs to say "OBSOLETE" across a PDF drawing.  I
>> can do it with ImageMagick, but I need some kind of a GUI to make it
>> easy for non-technical users.  Ideally it would be drag-and-drop and
>> work under both Linux and Windows, but I'll take what I can get.
>>
>> Does anybody know of an existing Free tool that does this?  If nothing
>> exists, is there anybody on the list willing to code one for a fee?
> 
> Check out zenity. I believe you can use it with its --file-selection
> flag to display a file dialog to the user and use the result to run your
> ImageMagick command on the selected file.
> 
>     yum install zenity
>     man zenity
> 
Thanks for the advice!

-Rob
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