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Download those filters: https://github.com/joshcarr/Apple-Quartz-Filters/archive/master.zip Copy them in your mac or user Library ( /Library or /Users/YOURUSERNAME/Library) In a Folder named "Filters" (create if doesn't exist). Open Preview and export as a PDF. Try some of new filter since when you reach the right weight for your pdf.
As markhunte said, NSAppleScriptEnabled is set to true by default in Preview's Info.plist in 10.9. So Preview has a basic AppleScript dictionary, and tell application "Preview" to properties works by default. In 10.8 or earlier versions of OS X you can set NSAppleScriptEnabled to true manually: defaults write com.apple.Preview NSAppleScriptEnabled -bool ...
Yes. Open a PDF. If not already enabled, View > Thumbnails. Select some pages (click first then select all; command-click or shift-click) Use the rectangle tool to select region on page. You should see preview of selection on other pages too. Select Tools > Crop (or Command-K). All your selected pages should be cropped. Save or Save As.
Yes, this can be achieved solely with Preview. Show page thumbnails by clicking Thumbnails from the View Menu. Show the Edit toolbar, and choose the Rectangular Selection tool. Select the rectangle that you want to crop each page to. Select (⌘-click) all the pages that you want to crop in the page thumbnails. The pages don't have to be sequential, and ...
Apologies if you've already tried this, but the only thing I can think to suggest is making sure that you use the "Show Details" button in the Print window: And then once you have expanded it, adjust the 'scale' settings under 'preview' You will probably not be able to make it "full bleed" -- I believe that Preview will always require some type of ...
You would have to use something like php, or a workflow. There are no AppleScript dictionaries for Preview. Which means you would not be able to do it in AppleScript.
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