Input

book: Create a structured PDF document with headings, chapters, etc.
webpage: Specifies that the HTML sources are unstructured (plain web pages.) A page break is inserted between each file or URL in the output.
continuous: Specifies that the HTML sources are unstructured (plain web pages.) No page breaks are inserted between each file or URL in the output.
Title of the document for the front page.
Extract the first heading of the document and use it as title. If checked the title field has no effect.
The title image or HTML page. These file has to be an attachments!
Specify document version to be displayed on the title page.
Intellectual property owner of this document.
Copyright notice for this document.
Information about who and when modified the document are applied at the end.

Output

Specifies the output format.
Grayscale document  Title page
Compression :   JPEG big images 

Page

 
User defined page size 
Choose one of the predefined standard sizes or select user defined.
Specifies the page size using a standard name or in points (no suffix or ##x##pt), inches (##x##in), centimeters (##x##cm), or millimeters (##x##mm).
Set the target browser width in pixels (400-1200). This determines the page scaling of images.
   2-Sided   Landscape
   
   
   
Specifies the margin size using points (no suffix or ##x##pt), inches (##x##in), centimeters (##x##cm), or millimeters (##x##mm). Keep empty for default value.
Left
Middle
Right
Sets the page header to use on body pages.
Left
Middle
Right
Sets the page footer to use on body pages.

Contents

Sets the number of levels in the table-of-contents. Empty for unlimited levels.
   Numbered headings Check to number all of the headings in the document.
Sets the title for the table-of-contents. Empty for default title.
Left
Middle
Right
Sets the page header to use on table-of-contents pages.
Left
Middle
Right
Sets the page footer to use on table-of-contents pages.

Colors

Enter the HTML color for the body (background).
Enter the image file for the body (background). These file has to be an attachments!
Enter the HTML color for the text.
Sets the color of links.
Enables generation of links in PDF files.

Fonts

Set the default size of text.
Set the spacing between lines of text.
Choose the default typeface (font) of text.
Choose the default typeface (font) of headings.
Set the size of header and footer text.
Choose the font for header and footer text.
Change the encoding of the text in document.
Check to embed font in the output file.

PDF

Controls the initial viewing mode for the document.
Document: Displays only the docuemnt pages.
Outline: Display the table-of-contents outline as well as the document pages.
Full-screen: Displays pages on the whole screen; this mode is used primarily for presentations.
Controls the initial layout of document pages on the screen.
Single: Displays a single page at a time.
One column: Displays a single column of pages at a time.
Two column left/right: Display two columns of pages at a time; the first page is displayed in the left or right column as selected.
Choose the initial page that will be shown.

Security

Check to number all of the headings in the document.
 Print   Modify
 Copy   Annotate
Specifies the document permissions.
Specifies the user password to restrict viewing permissions on this PDF document. Empty for no encryption.
Specifies the owner password to control who can change document permissions etc. If this field is left blank, a random 32-character password is generated so that no one can change the document.

Expert

Specify language to use for date and time format.
Shrink code blocks on page.
Show line numbers for code blocks.
Make spaces visable by dots (·) instead of white spaces.
Make line breaks visable by a extra character (¶) at the end.
Enable this feature if you searching for problems or intent to report a bug report

About

Version 2.4.2 (MoinMoin 1.9.7)


MoinMoin - Generate PDF document using HTMLDOC

This action script generate PDF documents from a Wiki site using
the HTMLDOC (http://www.htmldoc.org) software packages which has
to be preinstalled first.

Copy this script in your's MoinMoin action script plugin directory.

Thanks goes to Pascal Bauermeister who initiated the implementaion.
Lot of things changes since then but the idear using HTMLDOC is the
main concept of this implementation.

Please visit the homepage for further informations:
http://moinmo.in/ActionMarket/PdfAction

@copyright: (C) 2006 Pascal Bauermeister
@copyright: (C) 2006-2010 Raphael Bossek <raphael.bossek@solutions4linux.de>
@license: GNU GPL, see COPYING for details

       

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WikiName

A WikiName is a word that contains a group of words with spaces removed (and with starting letters of the words capitalized), e.g. SystemInfo. WikiNames automatically become hyperlinks to the WikiName's page. Uppercase and lowercase letters are determined by the configuration of the wiki software. The default configuration should work for UTF-8 characters (digits are treated as lowercase characters).

When you click on the highlighted page title (i.e. WikiName on this page), you will see a list of all pages that link to the current page. This even works on pages that have not been created yet.

A question mark (?) before a link or a link in gray means that the page has not yet been created. Clicking on the question mark (?) or page's name will send you to the default creation page where you can create that page (e.g. NoSuchPageForReal). A list of all pages that have not yet been created but are referred to on another page is located at WantedPages.

Escaping a WikiName, i.e. if you want to write the word WikiName without linking it, can be done in one of three ways:

  • An exclamation mark before the WikiName, like this: !WikiName.

  • An "empty" bold sequence (a sequence of six single quotes) inside the WikiName: Wiki''''''Name.

  • The shorter sequence (two backticks) inside the WikiName, like this: Wiki``Name.

/!\ On some Wikis, a link to the page RecentChanges might refer to the same page as this link: recentchanges. This is especially true for Windows and Mac OS X systems because they are not case-sensitive normally.