Kevin Wells’ KPDFUtil has seen another update, bringing it up to version 1.05. The application serves as a front-end for PDFUtils, allowing a number of its features to be accessed from the desktop, rather than the command line.
Kevin Wells’ latest application, first released about a month ago, has seen yet another update. Version 1.04 of KPDFUtil now offers conversion of PDF files to TIFF (Tagged Image File Format) files.
Kevin Wells has released yet another update to his front-end for PDFUtils, a set of command-line tools for manipulating PDF files in various ways. Version 1.03 of KPDFUtil now supports converting PDF pages to JPEG files.
With its first release less than a month ago, Kevin Wells’ latest application, KPDFUtil, has seen an update – its second since release.
Kevin Wells’ recently released KPDFUtil, which provides a front-end for some features offered by PDFutils, has already seen its first update. Version 1.01 now includes support for extracting images from PDF files, with options for all images, or just those found on a certain range of pages. The new version also benefits from some minor corrections, such as the alignment of PDF file names now being consistent, and the icons having a length far in excess of what was necessary.
Kevin Wells has turned his hand from offering RISC OS front-ends to remote APIs, and put together a front-end for something the can be run locally.