Re: print to pdf using terminal

On 01/02/2015, Ekaterina Gerasimova <kittykat3756 gmail com> wrote:

On 30/01/2015, Emmanuel Fernando <emmfranklin gmail com> wrote:
Dear Sir,

I have few pdf files

they open well using evince document viewer

however they do not open correctly in another pdf editor i have . it is
master pdf editor
some elements go blank

let me be clear that i am not asking you to solve a problem of master pdf

to solve my problem

i use a work around

using evince document viewer
i print the given pdf file to pdf format

that is i use the print to file option in print dialog box

the result is also a pdf file

and this time this new pdf file opens properly through the editor .

i want a way to print a large number of pdf files using the print to file

but it would be very time consuming

please give me a terminal command alternative where i can use wildcards
location of input and output files

i tried unoconv

but the result were damaging

the output files went scrambled a bit .

please give me a solution using evince through terminal only

It sounds like you are looking to request a new feature in evince
rather than for an improvement in the documentation. You can file an
enhancement request at
or you can find the mailing list at

Sorry, that link should be


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