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ONLTCH: printing ‘‘especially what I need to know’™’ :

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    2. ‘history in reverse order’

      1. OU0ARL: ‘op’ publish 1 after {;date 2017.08.01TuePst0531 ;polish .5 ;version 0.5 ;words 3792 ;revision 1} after (in reverse order):
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        2. OU0A0G: after date 2017.08.01TuePst0515 after words 3787; after ‘publishing my articles for James’ reference in his thesis starting with his Proposal :OTZUJB
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    6. ‘additional’
      1. ‘name anew’
      2. ‘post category’

        1. OU0B00:  ‘printed NTLH8S’
      3. image and caption or

        sample table
        col heading
        row heading linked value


      4. ‘advertising/lessening additional’
      5. ‘motivation’
      6. ‘contributors including their {contributions & relevant background}’
      7. {to be put elsewhere} so ‘annex’
      8. ‘‘section history additional’ ‘in reverse start order’:’
        1. .
  2. ONLTFQ: entry
  3. OOITHO: printer (for computer)
    1. OOITJ7: entry
    2. OOIV1N: ink
      1. OOIV1W: colors standard: Black+Cyan+Magenta+Yellow
    3. OOITJT: by make then ‘printer’ or ‘ink’ then model then SN
      1. OOITKR: HP
      2. OOITKY: Samsung
        1. OOIUKN: printer
          1. OOITOZ: (Samsung) C410W
            1. OOIU9H: search & entry
            2. OOIYL9: web interface :OOIYL9
              1. OOIYLS: notable pros thru cons
                1. OOIYQB: under ‘Information ->Supplies’ gives very useful info including:
                  1. OOIYMB: for every (4) cartridge, complete info as example ‘Status: Prepare ne… ; Remaining: 8 % ; Impression: 447 Impressions ;Capacity: 700 Impressions ;Model ID: CLT-K406S ; Serial Number: CRUM-14021770621’
                  2. OOIYT8: OOIYT8: example ‘Consumables Information: {Fuser Life: 1513/20000 (Image(s)/Life) ; Transfer Roller Life: 441/20000 (Impressions/Life) ; Pick-up Roller Life: 441/20000 (Impressions/Life) ;Transfer Belt Life: 1572/20000 (Image(s)/Life); Imaging Unit: 1572/16000 (Image(s)/Life)’
            3. OOIUDS: ink:
              1. OOIUO8: ‘(Samsung) CLP-365 (set of 1 of all (4) cartridges) :OOIUE3’
              2. OOIYGR: supplied

                1. OOIYIG: Black: ‘
                  1. OOIY5Z:
                2. OOJJZY: Cyan: ‘Model ID: CLT-C406S’
                  1. OOJK3M: ‘Capacity: 500 Impressions’
                3. OOJK0T: Magenta: ‘Model ID: CLT-M406S’
                  1. OOJK5W: ‘Capacity: 500 Impressions’
                4. OOJK68: Yellow: ‘Model ID: CLT-Y406S’
                  1. OOJK77:
            4. OOIU9S: (Samsung) SL-C410W/XAA
              1. OOITUL: instance OOITUL
                1. OOIYKU: web interface
                2. OOITUV: ‘Host Name: SEC30CDA719F4C3 ; Serial Number: ZEVQB8GF2A02WVB ;IP Address: ;MAC Address: 30:CD:A7:19:F4:C3’ quoting from
                3. OOIU17: SN plate pic 20170416_142335.jpg
                4. OOIUBP: purchased by Michael from Fry’s Electronics in Oregon (as no sales tax) on 2014.08~
                5. OOJL9E: {legal/letter file} box & base by me OOJL9E
                6. OOIXIX: ink slot
                  1. OOIXJN: Black OOIXJN
                    1. OPJWGV: getting ‘0% Status: Replace wi… ; Remaining: 0 % ;Impression: 549 Impressions ;Capacity: 700 Impressions ;Model ID: CLT-K406S; Serial Number: CRUM-14021770621’ so replace with new ‘Black OOIVQI’ with ‘100%;Status: Ready ;Remaining: 100 %; Impression: 0 Impressions; Capacity: 1500 Impressions; Model ID: CLT-K406S; Serial Number: CRUM-14050700010’
                    2. OOIXNL: has ‘original ink OOIUTL’ at 8%
                  2. OOIXJZ: Cyan OOIXJZ
                    1. OOIXVE: has ‘EPS instance OOIUQC’ at 77%
                  3. OOIXKD: Magenta OOIXKD

                    1. OOIXVV: has ‘EPS instance OOIUQC’ at 83%
                    2. OOJKL2: now to ‘original ink OOIUTL’ at 8% from previous here
                  4. OOIXKW: Yellow OOIXKW
                    1. OOIXLH: inserted ‘EPS instance OOIUQC’ at 100% removing ‘original ink OOIUTL’ at 0%
                7. OOIUTL: original ink OOIUTL
                  1. OOIV47: Black OOIV47 ‘Serial Number: CRUM-14021770621’

                    1. OOJKEI: now ‘Remaining: 5 % ;Impression: 454 Impressions’
                  2. OOIV4R: Cyan OOIV4R ‘Serial Number: CRUM-14021770604’
                    1. OOJKFY: now ‘Remaining: 0 %;Impression: 257 Impressions’
                  3. OOIV55: Magenta OOIV55
                    1. OOJKGZ: now ‘Remaining: 8 % ;Impression: 272 Impressions’
                  4. OOIV68: Yellow OOIV68 ‘Serial Number: CRUM-14021768440’
                    1. OOJKI8: now ‘Remaining: 0 % ;Impression: 381 Impressions’
        2. OOIULG: ink
          1. OOIUE3: (Samsung) CLP-365 (set of 1 of all (4) cartridges) :OOIUE3
            1. OOIUJ2: compatible
              1. OOIUOW: ‘EPS( :OOIUQ0’ model B-X000LGL97R
                1. OOIYB3: every cartridge
                  1. OOIY6V: every except maybe Black: ‘
                  2. OOIYC3: Black
                  3. OOIYCG: Cyan ‘Model ID: CLT-C406S’
                  4. OOIYE0: Magenta ‘
                  5. OOIYF1: Yellow ‘Model ID: CLT-Y406S’
                2. OOIUQC: EPS instance OOIUQC
                  1. OOIUR1: 1st bought by Lucy, bought 2016~
                  2. OOIY6A: cartridge
                    1. OOIVQI: Black OOIVQI
                    2. OOIVQW: Cyan OOIVQW
                      1. OOIYUM: ‘Serial Number: CRUM-14032204709’
                    3. OOIVR9: Magenta OOIVR9
                      1. OOIYVG: ‘Serial Number: CRUM-14050623711’
                    4. OOIVRO: Yellow OOIVRO
                      1. OOIYWP: ‘Serial Number: CRUM-14032203458’
    4. OOIUQ0: EPS( :OOIUQ0
      1. OOIUY1: ink (only)
  4. ONLTG0: software
    1. ONLTGZ: driver
      1. ONLTH8: enhancement
        1. ONKZZT: model FinePrint
          1. ONL0FW: maker’s
          2. ONL0IF: entry (4.5 of 5 (22))
          3. ONL0JV: entry :ONL0JV
          4. ONL0OW: entry –none
          5. ONLTN1: notable pros thru cons
            1. ONLTN6: can turn a single-sided printer into 2-sided much easier
            2. ONLTO8: the free version is generally fully useable as watermark is not intrusive
            3. ONLTP3: keeps a copy of every printout
            4. ONLTPO: stores logged printouts in its own .fp format
            5. ONLTQV: only works for Windows
          6. ONLTK9: use by me
            1. ONLTKF: my preferred print-driver
              1. ONLTM8: since discovering so ~2004
        2. ONL0UY: model GreenCloud Printer
          1. ONL0WL: (19 likes) from #1 on ONL0JV :ONL0WL
          2. ONL109: entry –none
          3. ONL196: entry (3.5 of 5 (3)) :ONL196
          4. ONL0V3: I ref #1 ~10min ago from ONL0WL
          5. ONL17T: on ‘Enki :OBVHOL’ :ONL17T
            1. ONL181: due to recommendation ONL0WL, now install {from ONL196 to have that auto-update}
              1. ONL1EF: VirusTotal report (0 of 66) so run
              2. ONL1IB: installs to ‘C:\Program Files\ObviousIdea\GreenCloud’
              3. ONL1X6: at ~99.9% of install get popup ‘Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable (x64) \ Please wait while Windows configures Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable (x64)\ [% complete ~60%]’ gives popup ‘Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Redistributable (x64) \ Error 1935.An error occurred during the installation of assembly ‘Microsoft.VC80.MFC,type=”win32″,version=”8.0.50727.42″.publicKeyToken=”1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b”.processorArchitecture=”amd64″. Please refer to Help and Support for more information.\OK’
                1. ONL24I: press Ok and ‘configures’ undoes its progress bar then quits.
                2. ONLTSI: so far this hasn’t harmed performance
              4. ONL26X: then in ~1 sec get ‘Setup has finished installing GreenCloud Printer ..’ and opens
              5. ONL2CW: try printing ‘ :ONKZNP
                1. ONL2D3: get popup ‘GreenCloud Printer \This version is limited to 10 pages. To process more, upgrade to the pro version. \ OK ’
                2. ONL2EQ: then get popup ‘An updated version is available \ Do you want to install it now?’ -pick yes.
                3. ONL2LP: delete last pages, set ‘Print two sided’ select ‘4 per page’ + ‘ink savings: small’ then print: good
        3. ONL2WD: model CleanPrint

          1. ONL4M8: overall: seems like a winner
          2. ONL4E1: notable pros thru cons
            1. ONL2WV: notable pro: cross platform via browser plugin :ONL2WV
            2. ONL4ER: garbage text: auto huge cutting of almost all
            3. ONL4FG: allows restore/removal of text semi-easily
            4. ONL4KS: has many else infinite undo feature
            5. ONL4I6: note allows HTML
            6. ONL4F5: only 1 note allowed
            7. ONLWDB: Google Cloud Print & to-PDF fail but Chrome ‘Save to PDF’ works fine per ‘printing :ONLVWO
            8. ONL4IJ: sub-headings cut by default (but can be restored)
            9. ONL4JC: some headings cut manually that can’t be undone –bug
            10. OOR01J: even when idle uses DRAM between 192 to 294 KB :OOR01J
          3. ONL2WK: entry from 5 on ONL0JV :ONL2WK
          4. ONL32U: maker
          5. ONL30F: I ref #1 ~10 min ago from ONL2WK
          6. ONL36W: on Chrome
            1. ONL372: maker (‘4 of 5 (55) Productivity 41,596 users’)
              1. ONL34Q: my use
                1. ONL356: due to ONL2WV, I now 1st install
                2. ONL3E2: try using on ‘ :ONKZNP
                  1. ONLVWO: printing :ONLVWO
                    1. ONLVV5: ~right after, try print icon: then direct to printer: works fine
                    2. ONL4LS: try to Google Cloud Print :ONL4LS
                      1. ONLUV0: get URL -> URL with ‘{CleanSave: Developer info email: + Clicking “Allow” will redirect you to:} would like to: View and manage the files in your Google Drive + Manage your printers. By clicking Allow, you allow this app and Google to use your information in accordance with their respective terms of service and privacy policies. You can change this and other Account Permissions at any time.’
                        1. ONLUVB: this seems excessive
                        2. ONLUVM: click ok
                      2. ONLV0Y: then get URL saying ‘CleanSave \Select a Google Cloud printer: Save to Google Docs
                      3. ONLV1B: take that my only choice: get URL which times out in 10 seconds(bad!) saying ‘Success: saved to [next file name]’
                      4. ONLV9S: in Drive.Google, ‘What Causes Low Energy in Men?.pdf’ appears: rename with insert ONLV9S
                        1. ONLVD4: but is unreadable except for 2 lines in both Google Drive & Acrobat Reader–bad
                    3. ONLVRX: try {save to PDF}: gives which downloads to file ‘What_Causes_Low_Energy_in_Men.pdf’ which has same bad display problems
                    4. ONLVZ2: try print icon: then ‘Save to PDF’ (of Chrome): CleanPrint.ONLVZ2.pdf in Google Drive: works great
                3. OOR03X: I disable both instances due to #OOR01J
  5. OP8MYP: shape/result
    1. OP8MYX: of poster or banner :OP8MYX
      1. OP8N08: where &
      2. OP8NB0: via ‘tiled (printing) :OP8N97’ :OP8NB0 –see that
  6. OP8N97: tiled (printing) :OP8N97
    1. OP8N9M: entry
    2. OP8NBM: can be used especially to {print ‘poster or banner :OP8MYX’} as noted a OP8NB0
    3. OP8NES: cutting & assembling the tiles
      1. OP8NF1: if one wants to hide the seams
        1. OP8NFI: I found not easy, as apparently requires planning, as one have to plan for taping as affects 2 dimensions (vertical + horizontal) which seem to conflict
    4. OP8PRC: software
      1. OP8QIK: goals special OP8QIK, from most important roughly
        1. OP8QIX: can scale multiple times
          1. OP8QJK: indeed to arbitrary % :OP8QJK
        2. OP8QK1: shows where the line breaks will be
        3. OP8RDV: 1 or more, from most preferred:
          1. OP8QQY: shows preview :OP8QQY
          2. OP8QTP: outputs to PDF
            1. OP8REC: –new goal addition so not yet checked
        4. OP8QZ2: minimizes pages needed
          1. OP8QMR: which not only saves paper costs, but notably cuts the expensive manual page cutting & assembly
          2. OP8R1U: by as many as possible, from biggest 1st:
            1. OP8QLO: can offset, especially move up, the picture in each dimension so can fit the active region to minimum pages :OP8QLO
              1. OP8ROK: from decreasing bad
                1. OP8QNQ: most/near worst: 2×2 (so 4 pages) instead takes up to 3×3 (so 9 pages) :OP8QNQ
            2. OP8QKI: maximizes the page area used :OP8QKI
              1. OP8R2W: so especially no page border excess :OP8R2W
        5. OP8QRC: print cut marks
        6. OP8RZG: prints up page border
          1. OP8S32: this appears to be a feature some printers
            1. OP8S3M: so so far no software here I reviewed for it.
          2. OP8RZO: this reduces cuts per page from 4 down to
            1. OP8S23: 0 if precise
            2. OP8S29: 2 (one horizontal & 1 vertical) if imprecise
      2. OP8RMA: from most preferred, roughly
        1. OP8W88: own software, HTML/CSS based?
          1. OP8W8S: notable pros thru cons
            1. OP8W9W: seems simple enough
            2. OP8WB3: HTML/CSS likely can’t control page layout well
          2. OP8W8E: aspect search
        2. OP8S85: Firefox just for initial print
          1. OP8SA6: notable pros thru cons
            1. OP8S8U: can set page margins so often heavily helping OP8QLO
            2. OP8SBR: does not tiling features so to output to PDF then followed up with software that does
        3. OP6NWJ: Foxit tile mode
          1. OP8Q0T: OP8Q0T: compared to ‘goals special OP8QIK’ notable pros thru cons
            1. OP6OOT: printing savings: in tile mode, just pages say 1-4 fails as that is source pages; so do ‘Current View’ that gets just 1st row
            2. OP6OX4: ‘no page border excess :OP8R2W’ –fails apparently, it has a .5 to 2in border in modes {Tile & Scale & perhaps all} unmovable it seems, meaning all pages will need 4 cuts
            3. OP8RTM: fails ‘can offset, especially move up, the picture in each dimension so can fit the active region to minimum pages :OP8QLO’.
          2. OP6NWQ: print ‘OM9185(2017.03.03(SCaLE)-).pdf’(bcard) at 0 overlap to max 3×3 pages (where Foxit seems to force a border), {}: 274.1% (from empirical trials); put on Cut Marks & Labels to see what that does -just preview with Eco.
        4. OP8Q58: Adobe Acrobat Poster:
          1. OP8RU8: compared to {that of leading competitor: Foxit OP8Q0T}, notable pros thru cons
            1. OP8RX0: may not have ‘no page border excess :OP8R2W
            2. OP6V3M: now-at least, refuses to go into landscape
        5. OP6OYU: Samsung Laser’s poster mode
          1. OP8RAV: compared to ‘goals special OP8QIK’ notable pros thru cons
            1. OP8RC2: lacks ‘to arbitrary % :OP8QJK
            2. OP8RJF: lacks ‘shows preview :OP8QQY
            3. OP8S4Z: ‘fails ‘can offset, especially move up, the picture in each dimension so can fit the active region to minimum pages :OP8QLO
          2. OP6P73: poster overlap: defaults to inches 0.16; set to 0
          3. OP6PDE: still has a ~.2in border to edge of paper
          4. OP6UDU: printer setting save
    5. OP8PUE: my doing it fully myself: #1 :OP8PUE –from/of OP6NW8 (see that)
      1. OP8QBN: this was a frustrating minor nightmare, as taking not 1.5 hours (what I had allocated) but ~3.5 hours and with a rush job
        1. OP8QFW: so causing me to {miss the whole event: the 2hr march} almost entirely! :OP8QFW
        2. OP8QI9: because I found the job actually being much harder than what it sounded, due to software for it not being smooth
          1. OP8SGE: as
            1. OP8S6M: I was in the situation ‘most/near worst: 2×2 (so 4 pages) instead takes up to 3×3 (so 9 pages) :OP8QNQ’ but none of the 3 software I had accommodated for this
            2. OP8SEB: probably more
          2. OP8SEJ: so the sequence of steps I that I found to get the job done was frighteningly many & messy: detailed thru OP6YIV
    6. OP6OM1: printing savings
      1. OP8PWP: Save from printing bad results & cutting out excess by previewing on screen
        1. OP6OMF: use Samsung Eco works
          1. OP8PZ1: but is turned off if using Samsung tiling
  7. OPSMR9: page layout
    1. OPSMVA: entry
    2. OPSN2J: by computer
      1. OPSN54: entry :OPSN54
      2. OPSN59: foremost done by ‘desktop publishing :OPSN03
  8. OPSN03: desktop publishing :OPSN03
    1. OPSMZW: entry
      1. OPSN21: definition: ‘(abbreviated DTP) is the creation of documents using page layout skills on a personal computer primarily for print.’
    2. OPSNM4: app
      1. OPSOVV: goal mine from biggest 1st roughly
        1. OPSPLJ: ability to layout print material
          1. OPSOWB: including foremost brochures
            1. OPSPMO: including foremost to replace ONUV34.pdf(SimulSquad BYOD brochure)
        2. OPSOXI: results easily repurposed & synced for print & web pages
          1. OPSSLN: see especially ‘of/via HTML+CSS :OPSRFA
        3. OPSOYI: usual software goals: from biggest 1st: free for small use, all platforms, web based
      2. OPSNMR: list at
      3. OPSNMD: in alphabetical order
        1. OPSNV1: Adobe InDesign
          1. OPSNVE: entry
          2. OPSNU5: I ref now by OPSN54
          3. OPSOTO: entry with Likes 90 of max 261 & #2 of ~30
        2. OPSP36: Canva
          1. OPSP3V: entry with Likes 48 of max 261 & #3 of ~30
        3. OPUUMP: ‘of/via HTML+CSS :OPSRFA’ –see that
        4. OPSPP5:
          1. OPSPX7: notable pros thru cons
            1. OPSPXI: online
          2. OPSPXZ: cost ‘UNLIMITED ACCESS $19.95/mo’ + ‘we preserve your projects forever, regardless of your subscription being currently active or not.’
          3. OPSPQU: brochure-maker :OPSPQU from #5 of OPSPKZ
            1. OPSPUN: has some impressive layout pictures
          4. OPSPV8: I ref #1 now from OPSPQU
        5. OPSNWZ: Lucidpress
          1. OPSNX9: entry
          2. OPSO08: entry with Likes 36 (max 261) & #5 of ~30
          3. OPSNX4: I ref #1 by OPSN54
          4. OPSNZ6: notable: cloud-based
        6. OPSOM4: Scribus
          1. OPSOMF: entry with Likes 261 (max 261) so #1 by a long-shot of ~30 :OPSOMF
          2. OPSOR6: notable pros thru cons
            1. OPSORC: all-platform open-source
          3. OPSOQ2: I ref #1 by OPSOMF
      4. OPSSNR: source else intermediate format, from most preferred:
        1. OPUV6N: markup language
          1. OPUV7K: entry
          2. OPUUYS: document markup language
            1. OPUV1G: entry
              1. OPUV0F: entry
            2. OPSRFA: (desktop publishing) of/via HTML+CSS :OPSRFA
              1. OPSSLW: notable pros thru cons
                1. OPSSP3: essentially same source as web page
                2. OPU9OI: includes serious replacement for ‘XSL-FO :OPU912’ especially ‘since 2013,[2] CSS3-paged is a W3C proposal for a XSL-FO replacement’ per :OPU9OI
                  1. OPUFPL: ‘I believe that within the next few years [so by say 2017] CSS will supplant XSL-FO in the world’s publishing houses as it has at O’Reilly.’ says more at,-css-paged-media-is-prime-suspect/ from 6 of OPUFF4
                3. OPSSPX: print layout is tends to be inadequate weak, including exact…
                  1. OPSSQL: positioning on page
                  2. OPSSQR: sizing
              2. OPUPPU: intro, from most preferred:
                1. OPUPQ7: :OPUPQ7 –from OPUNH3
              3. OPSRFO: examples & getting started
                1. OPUNH3: from most preferred
                  1. OPUOY0: overall :OPUNH3 –from 3 of OPUOM1
                    1. OPUPPC: looks very good
                    2. OPUPTV: created from {2015} & continuing 2017.05 per OPUPBR
                    3. OPUPBR: code :OPUPBR
                    4. OPUXEU: style
                      1. OPUYUO: common :OPUYUO
                      2. OPUXEO: closest to letter landscape :OPUXEO
                    5. OPUWZM: lesson
                      1. OPUWXI: on columns
                        1. OPUWZF: make :OPUWZF
                  2. OPUQ1I: (‘January 7th, 2015’) :OPUQ1I –from 5 of OPUOM1
                    1. OPUQES: beyond beginner Q&A (‘Jul 21, 2016’) from 7 oof OPUOM1
                  3. OPUNL6: OPUATA tutorial (2008?)
                    1. OPUATL: looks good except dated 2008 (and updated?)
                  4. OPUNEM: (‘November 28, 2005’) from OPSWHR
                  5. OPSRGJ: from OPSR0J
                    1. OPSRMO: not designed for printing but extremely impressive 3D with folds with shadows
              4. OPSRKN: search from most preferred
                1. OPSVXD: search :OPSVXD
                2. OPSR0J: search :OPSR0J
                3. OPSPKZ: search :OPSPKZ
                  1. OPSQT7: –at least 1st 2 pages does not find any good matches
              5. OPSWF2: :OPSWF2 from 1 of OPSVXD
                1. OPSWHR: per answer 1, seems quite practical at least for books as of ‘edited Aug 28 ’14 at 11:45’ :OPSWHR
                2. OPSWSB: on answer ~3, make edit ‘Adding Google search link for every tech term as each gives its definition\ & more –OPSWSB’
              6. OPSWXT: converter to PDF and perhaps XLS
                1. OPUIXY: feature
                  1. OPUOCQ: of CSS2 & 3
                    1. OPUOEL: XML and HTML standards, with the CSS standard, since CSS2 (paged media module[]) starts to supply basic features to printed media. With the CSS Paged Media Module Level 3[], W3C is completing the formulation of an integrated standard for document formatting and to generate PDFs. So, since 2013,[2] CSS3-paged is a W3C proposal for a XSL-FO replacement.’ quoting from OPU9OI
                    2. OPUOM1: search :OPUOM1 –has good info :OPUOM1
                  2. OPUJ7U: of CSS3
                    1. OPUIZQ: CSS3 page media queries[ (‘CSS Paged Media Module Level 3’)]’ :OPUIZQ
                      1. OPUJ2A: ‘For printed documents, .. important features such as page numbers and document sizing’ quoting OPSYG6
                      2. OPUIZZ: I ref #1 by OPSYG6
                    2. OPSYLM: supporting ‘CSS3 Generated Content for Paged Media[]?’
                      1. OPUJ6D: now gives ‘This section has been moved to CSS Page Floats[].’
                      2. OPSYNG: entry
                        1. OPSZ12: comment: ‘I request this Q be reopened as it is useful & specific & {{the rule cited for closing it: ‘too broad’}’s latest form does NOT apply as this Q (1) would not need answer by ‘an entire book‘, (2) NOT ‘has many valid answers’ (only a few, at least for _automated_ ‘render a PDF’ as is intended), and (3) there IS fairly straightforward ‘way to determine which [answers] – if any – are correct’. So plz undo the Q currently being ‘closed as too broad by Nicol Bolas, user2314737, greg-449, mpromonet, lokusking Sep 18 ’16 at 9:51’, and note my next cmt…’ —
                          1. OPT0RE: cut ‘wonder if those closing it significantly did so for bad motives as say to keep competitive products from being given here’ as that’s prevented by the rule’s new ‘ (but no way to determine which – if any – are correct)’
                        2. OPT1D9: comment: ‘Continuing my previous cmt, note the cited ‘too broad’ reason for closing this Q now has {the exception I cited of ‘(but no way to determine which [answers] – if any – are correct)’ } {which IMHO is long overdue as it stops 2 types of malign closing of good Qs} and {which was added a day after (as that URL shows) so on 2017.03.21} so added next year AFTER when this Q’s ‘closed as too broad’ ruling was made so notably further rendering-invalid this closing.’ —
                          1. OPT24S: cut as didn’t fit ‘This exception IMHO was long overdue, as w/o it useful Qs with significant possible answers could immorally closed by wrongdoers, including by {the generally disgruntled, which appears common among techies} and/or by {promoters where, after their product or service was given as answer, they didn’t want any more competitors to also be suggested}.
                        3. OPSZDQ: fresh archive
                2. OPUB4B: popular
                  1. OPUCF9: from top down per OPUCEF + ‘online-convert :OPUG2Y’ (but for all types of conversion) then ‘PhantomJS :OPSXR8’ then ‘wkhtmltopdf :OPTRPG’ then gap then ‘Prince XML :OPSWYS’ then ‘PDFreactor :OPUDRG’ then ‘Antenna House :OPUAA9’ then ‘Pdfcrowd :OPUFZ1
                  2. OPUCEF: in order:,wkhtmltopdf,,Prince%20XML,PDFreactor (note one may have to cut some terms to display) then,Antenna%20CSS give ‘search doesn’t have enough data to show here’ :OPUCEF
                3. OPUD7C: CSS engine :OPUD7C
                  1. OPUD8L: defines the core capabilities & features
                  2. OPUD8Q: possibility
                    1. OPUD9E: comparison at :OPUD9E
                    2. OPUD9Y: in alphabetical order (from OPUD9E) :OPUD9Y
                      1. OPUDDN: Gecko’ used by ‘All Mozilla software, including’ ‘Firefox :OPSWY3
                        1. OPUF1J: app in alphabetical order
                          1. OPSWY3: via Firefox :OPSWY3
                            1. OPTSJG: at least manually, can do PDF conversion including set each of the 4 margins & magnification %
                            2. OPUDCG: main
                      2. OPUDHI: Martha .. used by PDFreactor, Nimbudocs Editor and edit-on NG. Uses the Apache Batik library for SVG rendering.’ :OPUDHI
                        1. OPUHAK: con: not a leading CSS engine
                        2. OPUF15: app in alphabetical order
                          1. OPUDRG: PDFreactor :OPUDRG
                            1. OPUDUM: make
                            2. OPUE7Z: ‘Global Rank \ 911,714 345,290
                            3. OPUDVB: vs. ‘Prince XML :OPSWYS’:
                            4. OPUDRN: I ref #1 by OPUDHI
                      3. OPUDKA: Prince .. used by HTML to PDF converters: Prince (previously called PrinceXML), DocRaptor. The information in the Prince columns is also true of Prince for Books, a related layout engine.’
                        1. OPUEY1: app in alphabetical order
                          1. OPSWYS: Prince XML :OPSWYS
                            1. OPTRNZ: entry with Likes 0 of 2 so #2 of 2
                            2. OPUAA0: entry
                            3. OPUCZ9: ‘Global Rank 325,443 –54,869’
                            4. OPUMDC: notable pros thru cons
                              1. OPUMDQ: ‘‘CSS3 page media queries’ :OPUIZQ’ says OPSYG6
                            5. OPSXK7: obtaining
                              1. OPSXKT: raw software
                              2. OPSXIN: via SAAS
                                1. OPSXIV: DocRaptor
                                  1. OPSX0B: the 1 recommended by Prince per make
                                  2. OPSXGS: make
                            6. OPSYIY: I ref #1 by OPSWHR
                      4. OPUDKM: WebKit .. used by [more than any other including] Google Chrome (before 28) [and] HTML to PDF converters: wkhtmltopdf, PhantomJS, Pdfcrowd[14],[15].’ :OPUDKM
                        1. OPUEYD: app in alphabetical order:
                          1. OPUG2Y: online-convert :OPUG2Y
                            1. OPUGVB: maker
                            2. OPUGOQ: gives ‘Global Rank 1,397 -113’ (top by far)
                            3. OPUG3D: I ref #1 by OPUDKM
                          2. OPUFZ1: Pdfcrowd :OPUFZ1
                            1. OPUH4R: ‘We don’t have enough data to rank this website.’
                            2. OPUG13: I ref #1 by OPUDKM
                          3. OPSXR8: PhantomJS :OPSXR8
                            1. OPTSJ2: entry Likes 9 of max 31 so #4 of 16
                            2. OPUCWB: ‘Global 47,952 +3,912
                            3. OPUIH7: additional notable pros thru cons
                              1. OPUIGK: extremely popular
                              2. OPUIGX: ‘provides a JavaScript API’ even npm module
                              3. OPUMPX: ‘‘‘CSS3 page media queries’ :OPUIZQ’ -looking like a No’
                            4. OPUCOX: search
                            5. OPUCTL: entry
                            6. OPUMFX: ‘‘CSS3 page media queries’ :OPUIZQ’ -looking like a No
                              1. OPUMGD: no says ‘(‘’) :OPSYG6
                              2. OPUMIX: search
                                1. OPUMNH: find 1 (‘PhantomJS should support a defined screen size for css media queries’) appears to match & is ‘Open’
                                2. OPUMOI: find 2 appears to match & is open
                            7. OPSXSN: vs. ‘Prince XML :OPSWYS
                              1. OPSYG6: (‘’) :OPSYG6
                            8. OPSYH0: I ref #1 by OPSYG6
                            9. OPUHRN: API with node: ‘phantom NPM
                          4. OPTRPG: wkhtmltopdf :OPTRPG
                            1. OPTRUC: entry with Likes 2 of max 8 so #6 of 14
                            2. OPUN9J: search
                            3. OPUD48: ‘Global Rank 112,083 +11,707
                            4. OPUMW1: notable pros thru cons
                              1. OPUN66: ‘the best open-source HTML-to-PDF tool’ says ‘(‘ ’):OPTRXP
                              2. OPUN0Z: CSS3 page media queries’ :OPUIZQ’ looking possibly non-ideal :OPUN32
                            5. OPTS52: ‘used inside many popular language-specific tools such as PHP’s Snappy, Ruby’s wicked_pdf and pdfkit.’ says OPTRXP
                            6. OPTRXW: vs. ‘Prince XML :OPSWYS

                              1. OPTRXP: (‘ ’):OPTRXP from OPSYG6
                            7. OPUN32: CSS3 page media queries’ :OPUIZQ’ looking possibly non-ideal :OPUN32
                              1. OPUMZS: ‘offers similar features, but requires using configuration setting. This requires you to make style definitions in your backend code and CSS, as opposed to just in your CSS. .. Winner: DocRaptor, but it’s close’ says ‘(‘ ’):OPTRXP
                            8. OPTRPS: I ref #1 by OPSVXD
                      5. OPUEPU: unknown or rare
                        1. OPUFV2: notable con: readily be a problem as CSS is complex
                          1. OPUFVQ: indeed Constant Contact made this failure
                        2. OPUFBX: app in alphabetical order
                          1. OPUAA9: Antenna House :OPUAA9
                            1. OPUB2J: search
                            2. OPUCMH: gives ‘Global Rank 1,730,067 –681,807
                            3. OPUAC6: notable pros thru cons
                              1. OPUACJ: looks like serious quality
                              2. OPUAD7: also takes as input ‘XSL-FO :OPU912
                            4. OPUARO: CSS capabilities
                              1. OPUATA: make :OPUATA
                              2. OPUFE2: ‘CSS engine :OPUD7C
                                1. OPUFF4: search :OPUFF4
                                  1. OPUFU1: find 9 suggest that Antenna has its own engine
                            5. OPUAB5: I ref #1 by OPU9OI
                          2. OPUQSE: ReportLab
                            1. OPUQT8: make
                            2. OPUQU8: Wikipedia
                            3. OPUQXL: I ref #1 by OPUQVU
                            4. OPUQUL: app in alphabetical order
                              1. OPUQVM: xhtml2pdf
                                1. OPUQVU: source :OPUQVU
                                2. OPUQW5: I ref #1 ~1hr ago by some 2010~ article
                          3. OPUR5Z: WeasyPrint
                            1. OPURBJ: notable pro: appears most all latest features per
                              1. OPURCT: including ‘CSS3 page media queries’ :OPUIZQ’ per
                            2. OPUR7U: I ref #1 by OPUQVU
                4. OPSWYK: by name in alphabetical order
                  1. OPUFVQ: –now moved under the respective engine within ‘in alphabetical order .. :OPUD9Y
            3. OPUV2F: TeX
              1. OPUURM: LaTeX
                1. OPUUSZ: entry
          3. OPUV8H: non-document markup language
            1. OPU912: XSL-FO :OPU912
              1. OPU92X: search & entry
              2. OPU9Y0: overall it now seems one wants to leave this per cons.
              3. OPU9C3: notable pros thru cons
                1. OPU9CC: an open established standard built for the job

                2. OPU9LL:
                3. OPU9CO: maybe 1% as well known as competitor ‘of/via HTML+CSS :OPSRFA’ indeed that’s a conscious replacement per OPU9OI
              4. OPU9M0: I ref #1 by answer 2 of OPSWF2
            2. OPUVGE: other non-standard XML
        2. OPU8ZT: proprietary language, from 1 of, from most preferred
          1. OPU90D: JSON or other
          2. OPU90I: other
      5. OPSQBW: template
        1. OPSQC5: library
          1. OPSQF1: provider
            1. OPSQJH: typical supported apps ‘Adobe Illustrator – CS3, CS4, CS5, CS6 ;Adobe InDesign – CS3, CS4, CS5, CS6, CC ; Adobe PageMaker – 6.5, 7; Adobe Photoshop – CS3, CS4, CS5, CS6, CC ; CorelDraw – 10.0, 11.0, 12.0, X3, X4, X5, X6, X7, X8 ; Microsoft Publisher – 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 ; Microsoft Word – 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 ; QuarkXPress – 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0, 10.0, 11.0, 12.0 ’ quoting randomly picked
            2. OPSQDS: I ref now from from 12 of OPSPKZ