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Keep the temporarily generated files
Temporarily generated files like the filled index.html, CSS-files, images,
the PDF report.
files become deleted (default)
files will not become deleted
Creating a XML report for additional content
Requests a XML report of the performed profile to extract additional infor-
Determining the ink coverage will only take place if one of the respective
resolution in ppi, used for determining the effective ink
coverage of each page in the PDF (optional, default: 300)
inkcovbox page geometry box of which the effective ink coverage will
be determined (optional, default: CropBox)
The HTML template
The HTML template can easily be modified using an appropriate code-
editor or enhanced text-editor.
of the default "overview" template references a
The provided HTML-template already contains some "dummy" data, which
is automatically replaced by actual content when a new report is gener-
ated. So, when doing adjustments to the template with custom profiles
and PDF files, it is recommended to keep the temporarily generated files
for debugging, as a basis for modifications and their review in a browser.
! It is possible to use image formats (like JPEG or PNG) as well as PDFs for
positioning visual content like logos. If you want to debug your HTML in
an HTML Browser you may want to display an image instead of the PDF
reference. You can do this by putting identically named files for images
and PDF next to each other. The PDF file must be referenced in the <img>
tag in the HTML-template. The usage of PDF files allows for higher quality
of logos in the resulting PDF report.