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Work and Tumble like imposition

I am looking to create a workflow that will accept multiple different size PDFs and impose them in a Head-to-Head manner. I have used other imposition programs from the offset world, and they all had a Work and Tumble feature that would put the heads of the pages together. I am new to Core and can't seem to find a solution that will do this without creating a layout with a custom number of columns and rows and without manually rotating one of the rows. I do have an image of what I am looking for but I'm not seeing an option to upload an image? Thanks in advance!

 

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DavidU54339-XRX
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Re: Work and Tumble like imposition

You should be able to attach a file (e.g., a png) to a response.

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Re: Work and Tumble like imposition

I'm still not seeing a way to attach image? All I see is B I U S (Insert a spoiler tag) (Insert code) (Insert edit link) (Video) (Numbered List) Bullet List and Spellcheck. I'm using Chrome on a Mac if that helps.

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DavidU54339-XRX
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Re: Work and Tumble like imposition

As a moderator, I can attach images within a response. I believe others can attach files -- which can be image files.

FFCore uses the first page in a job to calculate the imposition layout. It does not handle mixed media sizes within a job. If you are trying to send jobs with homogenious pages sizes, using the Automatic press sheet size option may be what you are looking for. See example below. One can set the possible press sheet sizes and FFCore will do a best fit for the page size within the job.

If a job have mixed media sizes, one could use the Split node to split the job into subjobs based on page size and impose the subjobs differently.

Hope this helps.

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