Created attachment 138211 [details]
gimp tiff import
Some image formats (e.g. TIFF - attachment 118871 [details]) and pdf will contain multiple pages, and when inserting such files into a document, a user should be given the opportunity to select which page or pages get embedded into the document.
Photoshop PDF Import - http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-z8TzqjZUXoc/UCE-phGSwRI/AAAAAAAAAmA/f9aS_FdNhkM/s1600/Rasterize+1.png
GIMP PDF Import - http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-t6q_3enjGN8/VeC1j9pw82I/AAAAAAAAC9Q/2lvQNY0BMF0/s1600/016_Import%2Bfrom%2BPDF.png
Scribus PDF Import - https://www.scribus.net/svn/Scribus/trunk/Scribus/doc/en/images/import-pdf1.png
This dialog would be beneficial in writer and draw.
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Good idea. Scribus seems to have the most simplified import dialog in your examples.
What are the "crop to" capabilities in some dialogs?
*** Bug 131768 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
*** Bug 112426 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
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(In reply to Thomas Lendo from comment #4)
> What are the "crop to" capabilities in some dialogs?
In a PDF made for the print, you can have different crops.
Well, i know the names in french, not sure what they are in english, but to make it simple, you have the principal "view" crop that shoes only the center of the PDF (what people will see when printed paper will be cut), you have an "extended" crop that shoes everything in the PDF that printer need to make the job.
I hope my explanation can light you on what "crop to" means for a PDF insertion.
(In reply to V Stuart Foote from comment #8)
> *** Bug 151392 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Thank you VStuart Foote