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HqnImpose2 Thumbnail suffix

This page applies to Harlequin v13.1r0 and later; both Harlequin Core and Harlequin MultiRIP.

This suffix, available from Harlequin v12.1r0 onwards, scales the whole sheet uniformly.

If MaxThumbnail is defined as a positive number, the page is scaled down so that the longer edge is no greater than MaxThumbnail.

From Harlequin 12.1r1: If the page is not scaled down to MaxThumbnail and if MinThumbnail is defined, then the page is scaled up so that the shorter edge is no less than MinThumbnail . If MinThumbnail is less than 0, MaxThumbnail is used as a minimum size instead.

Unlike other scaling in HqnImpose2, /Thumbnail does not treat margins(such as FilmLeft and FilmTop) as physical dimensions set for the output device, but scales them with the page content. If MaxThumbnail is set to its default value of 0 and MinThumbnail to its default value of -1, no scaling is applied.

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