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You should be able to use mdls to view the metadata attributes for a PDF: mdls -n kMDItemNumberOfPages "$i" | cut -c24-


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I am not really sure, but if you could at least open the file with Preview app, there might be an option to revert to previous version from the File menu.


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I have not been able to find an app that would do this for you. It is very possible that Readdle's PDF Office can do this for you, however I do not have this app and it is a subscription premium service. I could not confirm from their website or the AppStore for sure that they have the feature to convert to gray-scale, but they bill it as a fully functional ...


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I've finally found a solution that supports logical page numbers like the other PDF readers I have tried, but also respects custom page numbers embedded within the PDF. GoodReader shows the page numbers properly. It's $4.99


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The default setting for printing webpages is to try not printing extra images and colors to waste ink etc. Theres an option to print everything, see image below: Let us know if this worked for you.


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Preview does not support this. You need more advanced PDF editing software, like Adobe Acrobat Pro or PDF Outliner.


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You could use a combination of tools to remove the old ToC, and attach a new one: use PDF SAM ("split and merge"; it's FOSS and cross-platform) to take off the old ToC; use PDF Outliner ($4.99 in Mac App store) to generate a new one. See other helpful tools in another Q&A.



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