However, there's another way to do this in FFCore. You can also move the first page to the end using Split.
Define the following split rules
THen merge the workflow branches into a Join node.
The files from each branch are joined in the sequence in which they are defined. As such the joined document will have pages 2 to -1 (the last page) followed by page 1.
The Duplicated Pages functionality from FFProM has been rolled into the FFCore Insert Pages component. You have to choose the option to insert Job Pages
Additionally, FFCore supports an option to Fill with Job Pages
Those should do the trick in terms of replicating what you had in FFProM
I am moving from Processmanager to core, and I need to insert duplicate pages. I work on the IGEN 4 150, and I work in a print center that has presses and digital machines. Some of the files that we get are set up to print on the large presses and not on the IGENS.
So here is what I am trying to do: I have pamphlets that are out of order, the first page needs to be moved to end of the file and then printed in that order. How can I do this?
In process manager I had to insert duplicate pages so that the pamphlet was showing up twice, then I had to delete pages under page range in order to get them in the correct order.Then I would impose and print.
Since there no longer is the insert duplicate pages component, is there any other way of doing this?