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  • Help:Match and split - Wikisource, the free online library
    ensure that you understand the steps 1 Via Special Preferences Gadget tab turn on the Phe bot Match and Split option 2 Identify the first page of the Page from the DjVu file that corresponds with the text in the main namespace This will require researching and reading the main namespace document and reading the same document in the Page namespace MATCH edit Adding MATCH 3 The initial edit is to add MATCH and associated text to the main namespace page that corresponds to the first word on the respective Page namespace page where the edit is done easy way is to click button in the toolbar and paste in the first corresponding page link in the Page namespace or from first principles Format MATCH Page La Vie littéraire II djvu 82 ie wrap in add MATCH add add Page in namespace djvu xx it will be a redlink at this point Note All formatting below the MATCH will be moved into the Page namespace so place Categories etc for the work above the MATCH and remove any coding that straddles the match eg div class div Hint Paste the overarching formatting for the work eg div class and like from the end of the work to above the MATCH statement and move it back upon completion of the SPLIT process 4 If all is working properly the MATCH should be an active link Applying MATCH 5 Click the MATCH and the job will start Outcome from MATCH 6 When finished the page will be saved and reload now have aligned the text with the first page in the Page namespace and the Page link will now be an active blue all subsequently aligned Page pages will be listed inserted and active linked a split tab will appear at the top of the page STOP 7 Read the next step carefully and ensure that the previous process has been both successful and correct before proceeding to split Verify MATCH 8 Verify the text has successfully been aligned to each of the Page pages created This may fail if the text in the Page namespace is of insufficient quality Notes Errors to look for Split quotation marks and other like formatting either side of a page link or level markers Incomplete matching marked by no match Can be the case where successive non text pages are encountered This will be marked by no match In this case realign with a subsequent Match statement and again process the match further down the page repeatedly if necessary before performing the Split Tables particularly those that span page breaks will not behave well and will have to be re created in the Page namespace Words moved either side of a page break This is usually because of words that are hyphenated across the page break SPLIT edit Applying SPLIT 9 To get Phe bot to split the the one page to the respective multiple pages click the SPLIT link This label will now change

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  • Help:Page breaks - Wikisource, the free online library
    this is actually a table see below fine block fine block s fine block e smaller block smaller block s smaller block e div col div col end no unsplit template If the block template you would like to use across a page break doesn t have a split variant create it using one of the templates above as a reference Remember to transclude the documentation from the unsplit template page Tables across page breaks edit Tables split over pages are done the same way as the split templates above using the table syntax of and instead of template s and template e For some commonly used table formatting split templates such as block center s and TOC begin already exist and are used as described above For a one off split table you don t need to make a template Method edit First page edit Body class class style table styling here Table contents Footer Middle pages edit Header class class style table styling here same as first page or this page will render wrongly in the page view Body nop More table rows Footer Last page edit Header class class style table styling here same as first page or this page will render wrongly in the page view Body nop More table rows Footer content beneath a table which crosses pages edit Distinct from but related to the above is the case where footer content ought to appear typically a footnote or page number beneath a first or middle component of a multi page crossing table The following code looks like it ought to work but in fact fails First page Middle page Body class class style table styling here Table contents Footer references Header class class style table styling here same as first page or this page will render wrongly in the page view Body nop More table rows Footer references Under the current software the footnotes are frustratingly rendered above the top of the table instead of where you might expect them to appear Method edit The solution is to insert a nop into the footer just above the like this First page Middle page Body class class style table styling here Table contents Footer nop references Header class class style table styling here same as first page or this page will render wrongly in the page view Body nop More table rows Footer nop references Footnotes across page breaks edit Footnotes that span more than one page are handled in a similar way to normal The method below will display correctly both in the Page namespace and when transcluded into the Main namespace Method edit First page edit Body Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet ref name p76 dolorem ipsum quia dolor sit amet ref Footer smallrefs Subsequent pages edit Body est laborum ref follow p76 consectetur adipisci velit ref Footer smallrefs Potential problems edit The ref name can be anything but the use of the page number is preferred Normally the ref follow is at

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  • Help:Sidenotes - Wikisource, the free online library
    the right Sidenotes in the main namespace edit The following table details what sidenotes will look like in the main namespace in each of the dynamic layouts outside templates sidenote templates Layout 1 default display beyond the left margin display in a box in the left hand side of the text Layout 2 left justified in the left margin right justified in the left margin Layout 3 display beyond the left margin left justified in a grey box in the right margin If using the outside templates you will need to add default layout Layout 2 to each main namespace page containing sidenotes in order for them to display correctly If using the sidenote templates you can choose the layout you prefer See also edit Help Layout v t e Proofreading Summaries Beginner s guide to proofreading Editing summary Proofreading summary Basic help Formatting conventions Index pages Page scans Page status Transclusion Specialised help Footnotes and endnotes Match and split Mathematics fractions and functions Page breaks Page numbers Poetry Sidenotes Typography templates Reference Style guide Proofreading example ProofreadPage extension Collaboration Proofread of the Month Works to be proofread WikiProject Proofreading Retrieved from https en wikisource org w index php title

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  • Help:Table - Wikisource, the free online library
    printed work is created specifically with the limitations of paper in mind which must be maintained in order to convey the intended meaning to the reader Template Table style lists multiple choices for formatting cells rows and columns in tables These shortcuts are designed specifically for use on Wikisource m Combined use of COLSPAN and ROWSPAN to force alignment like this Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 A B C D E F G H border 1 cellpadding 5 cellspacing 0 Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 rowspan 2 A colspan 2 align center B C column 1 occupied by cell A D E rowspan 2 colspan 2 align center F G column 2 3 occupied by cell F colspan 3 align center H Simple edit Good example of table used to force layout used in Wikisource From Page Latin for beginners 1911 djvu 392 Text edit Nom Sing Base Declension Singular Plural Nom Gen Dat Ace Abl Columns edit Nom Gen Dat Ace Abl Singular Nom Sing Base Declension Plural Tables edit Design notes 3 columns 9 rows 3 rows 3 columns wide colspan 3 center align align center 1 row first cell empty last 2 left align 5 rows left align Formatting highlights border 1 cellpadding 5 cellspacing 0 colspan 3 align center 1 of 3 colspan 3 align center 2 of 3 colspan 3 align center 3 of 3 Column 2 Column 3 Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 1 of 3 2 of 3 3 of 3 Column 2 Column 3 Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Nom Sing Base Declension Singular Plural Nom Gen Dat Ace Abl Moderate edit From Page Latin for beginners 1911 djvu 401 Text edit Verb Present Infinitive Present Stem plur sing Indicative Mood Present Imperfect Tense sign bā Future Tense signs I II bi III IV ā ē Imperative Mood Present Columns edit Verb Indicative Mood Imperative Mood Present Infinitive Present Imperfect Tense sign bā Future Tense signs I II bi III IV ā ē Present Present Stem sing 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 2 plur 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 2 Tables edit Design notes 4 columns 12 rows row 1 first cell single second cell single 3 4 join row 2 first 2 cells empty last 2 singles row 3 11 column 1 Join rowspan 9 row 3 5 join column 2 single last 2 singles row 6 8 join column 2 single last 2 singles row 9 11 join column 2 single last 2 singles row 12 first cell single column 2 single last 2 singles Formatting Highlights abbreviated version This example does not add width or height to the empty cells they are added in the complex example border 1 cellpadding 5 cellspacing 0 Column 1 Column 2 colspan 2 Column 3 4 rowspan 3 Row 1 3 Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4

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  • Help:Digitising texts and images for Wikisource - Wikisource, the free online library
    bed scanners apply here as well Digital cameras edit Although not as reliably high quality as scanning simply taking photos of documents is a perfectly viable means of digitising It s generally quicker and easier especially as a camera is often permitted or possible where a scanner would not be For an example of a document prepared using direct hand held photography see Base Facilities Report NB If using a tripod monopod or other stand the function of a v cradle or overhead flat bed book scanner can be replicated using a normal digital camera Destructive scanning edit Destructive scanning is not recommended but it should be mentioned for completeness This method avoids the problems in scanning irregularly shaped books as described above As the name implies this destroys the physical book as part of the scanning Destructive scanning means taking the book apart This may involve cutting the pages free from the binding or removing staples stitching or other parts of the book The result will be a stack of loose pages instead of a bound book These pages can then be laid flat on a scanning device and can even make use of an automatic feeder This is faster and easier than any other form of scanning but again it will destroy the book Processing edit Once you have your scans you will need to process them into a single file A scanned text should be a single file in the DjVu container file format Some scanners may be able to output your scans in one of these formats Many however will produce a series of individual page scans probably in JPEG or JPEG2000 format These need to converted to the container format Pre processing edit Before creating the single file it is a good idea to make copies or otherwise set aside any page scan with an illustration or other image These will need to be extracted and uploaded separately so they can be added the final work during proofreading Images should be extracted from the raw unprocessed scans whenever possible Any processing may result in lower image quality especially if certain image file formats get repeatedly saved and compressed Additionaly the process of combining page scans to a single file involves some compression PDF uses less compression than DjVu but either will result in slightly inferior image quality So images should not be extracted from the single file unless no other options exist The original images are likely to be the best quality available to you Before creating the single file you may wish to alter the page images Depending on the scanning method and circumstances some or all pages may be skewed They may need to be rotated cropped deskewed or otherwise manipulated If the scans combine two pages into one image file they will need to be split into separate files The goal is for each page scan to be an accurate image of a single flat page from the original work Individual scans

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  • Help:DjVu files - Wikisource, the free online library
    veda 000 djvu Adding the DJVU file to the final document djvm i rig veda djvu rig veda 000 djvu You need to repeat these steps with a script for each page of the book Example bin bash for n in seq 1 9 do i rig veda n png j basename i png convert i j pbm cjb2 clean j pbm j djvu djvm i rig veda djvu j djvu done There is also another way to add all the djvu parts into one djvm c rig veda djvu rig veda 000 djvu rig veda 001 djvu rig veda 002 djvu See the following section for an automated process for multiple pages Method 2 PDF to DjVu bash script edit Use this script which converts PDF document multiple or single page into images automagically crop them with ImageMagick convert them in DjVu and bundle them This is very slow huge PDF document can require days but a little more efficient than the following method The resulting DjVu document is quite big and low quality probably because of poor font recognition which may be fixed by newer versions of poppler the used library the version available in repositories is usually several months old 1 You can also remove the pdftoppm part and use the script to convert multiple images directly in a multiple page PDF document If images are not in pbm format you can convert them with a single command using mogrify from ImageMagick Method 3 pdf2djvu edit Simply download the pdf2djvu tool from your repository to directly convert PDF document single or multiple pages into DjVu If the document contains the results of OCR as is the case e g with FineReader output then they are preserved in the DjVu document as the hidden text layer Some other properties of the source document including metadata are also preserved The quality and the size of the output depends primarily on the features of the source document but can also be controlled with several program parameters such the resolution of foreground and background The program is capable to use several threads to speed up the conversion The original author of this page made the following recommendation which does not seem valid Moreover you need to crop directly the pdf before the conversion On Linux this is quite difficult You could use ImageMagick convert crop but attention with multiple page big PDF document this can take several GB of memory the limit is 16 TB and kill your computer if you don t use the limit area 1 option directly after crop This make the convertion very long The resulting PDF document is increased in size and reduced in quality because of rastering 2 See other crop tools above Method 4 DjVuDigital edit Use djvudigital 3 which like pdf2djvu converts pdf directly in DjVu 4 There are licensing problems because the GSDjVu library has a different license then you ll need to compile it by yourself the included utils make this step quite easy but still long about 1 hour and a bit annoying 5 But then you can convert PDF document into DjVu with a single command see the previous section for crop The conversion is slow I find it will complete a 300 page PDF document in about 30 40 minutes The resulting DjVu is of higher quality and lower file size compared to both the previous two methods 1 Additionally DjVuDigital can handle JPEG2000 aka JPX files embedded in PDF documents which is a feature of many Google books pdf2djvu Any2Djvu and Internet Archive conversions all fail to convert these files leaving blank pages in the output DjVuDigital has many advanced options to improve results but they can be difficult to master 6 In general altering the dpi option can give you a quick reduction in file size without too much fiddling Online almost all systems edit Any2Djvu edit Another method to convert the images to djvu is to zip them and use the Any2Djvu site to create the djvu file The Any2Djvu will extract the images in the zip and create a OCRed djvu OCR functions will only with English text Any2Djvu cannot handle huge files Big files are best dealt with if you upload them by URL e g by entering a link like ftp ftp bnf fr 005 N0051165 PDF 1 1DM pdf Conversion can take several hours Any2Djvu will sometimes run out of memory on large or highly detailed files and fail It will also not convert JPX images embedded into PDF documents which are common in Google Books scans The Internet Archive edit See also Help Internet Archive Another method is to upload PDF document to the Internet Archive You need to login don t use OpenId it won t function 7 This page in a nutshell Just upload your scan as a single PDF file or a series of images compressed in a ZIP file with filename ending as images zip You ll get a nice DjVu file with OCR Uploading edit Click Upload at the top right corner The flash upload standard Share button won t function with Firefox use Opera or Internet Explorer instead 8 or Linux You can use the standard JavaScript non flash method although there s a file size limit of 2 GB with Firefox but not with Chromium FTP upload is deprecated because it s slower and crashy but is the only easy to learn possibility if you have to upload many files which shouldn t be the case here OCR tricks edit When the upload has been completed the Internet Archive will start the derive work OCR to create an XML document of detected text based on the uploaded PDF file then conversion of that to a DjVu file with embedded text creation of plain text only dump file among others 9 Don t forget to set the correct language in the metadata before starting the derive which is run automatically after upload if there

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  • Help:Copyright - Wikisource, the free online library
    violations Retrieved from https en wikisource org w index php title Help Copyright oldid 4560940 Categories Help Copyrights Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in Namespaces Help page Discussion Variants Views Read Edit View history More Search Navigation Main Page Community portal Central discussion Recent changes Subject index Authors Random work Random author Random transcription Help Donate Tools What links here Related changes Special

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  • Help:Copyright tags - Wikisource, the free online library
    published before 1989 without complying with U S copyright formalities renewal and or copyright notice and it was in the public domain in its home country on the URAA date January 1 1996 for most countries The author died in 1 so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author s life plus 60 years or less This work may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works Public domain Public domain false false PD old 50 1996 This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was first published outside the United States and not published in the U S within 30 days and it was first published before 1989 without complying with U S copyright formalities renewal and or copyright notice and it was in the public domain in its home country on the URAA date January 1 1996 for most countries The author died in 1 so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author s life plus 50 years or less This work may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works Public domain Public domain false false PD anon 1996 series edit PD anon 1996 is for anonymous and pseudonymous works eligible for PD 1996 Depending on how long an anonymous and pseudonymous work has been published entering PD anon 1996 year when work was published will automatically pick Tag code Visible template PD anon 80 1996 This anonymous or pseudonymous work is in the public domain in the United States because it was in the public domain in its home country or area as of 1 January 1996 and was never published in the US prior to that date It is also in the public domain in other countries and areas where the copyright terms of anonymous or pseudonymous works are 80 years or less since publication Public domain Public domain false false PD anon 70 1996 This anonymous or pseudonymous work is in the public domain in the United States because it was in the public domain in its home country or area as of 1 January 1996 and was never published in the US prior to that date It is also in the public domain in other countries and areas where the copyright terms of anonymous or pseudonymous works are 70 years or less since publication Public domain Public domain false false PD anon 60 1996 This anonymous or pseudonymous work is in the public domain in the United States because it was in the public domain in its home country or area as of 1 January 1996 and was never published in the US prior to that date It is also in the public domain in other countries and areas where the copyright terms of anonymous or pseudonymous works are 60 years or less since publication Public domain Public domain false false PD posthumous edit PD posthumous is to identify posthumous works Depending on how long a posthumous work has 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restrictions Public domain Public domain false false PD EdictGov This work is in the public domain in the U S because it is an edict of a government local or foreign See 206 01 of the Compendium II Copyright Office Practices Such documents include judicial opinions administrative rulings legislative enactments public ordinances and similar official legal documents These do not include works of the Organization of American States United Nations or any of the UN specialized agencies See Compendium II 206 03 and 17 U S C 104 b 5 A non American governmental edict may still be copyrighted outside the U S Similar to PD in USGov the above U S Copyright Office Practice does not prevent U S states or localities from holding copyright abroad depending on foreign copyright laws and regulations Public domain Public domain false false PD 1923 This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1 1923 It may be copyrighted outside the U S see Help Public 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public domain because it was created in Australia and the term of copyright has expired See Australian Copyright Council Duration of Copyright February 2012 Public domain Public domain false false PD Canada This work is now in the public domain because it originates from Canada and its term of copyright has expired According to Canadian copyright law all private copyrights expire fifty years after the year marking the death of the author Government works are held under Crown copyright which expires fifty years after publication Public domain Public domain false false PD Chile This work has fallen into the public domain according to Chilean copyright law No 17 336 and its amendments Nevertheless its author and source must be acknowledged Public domain Public domain false false PD DEGov This work is in the public domain according to German copyright law because it is part of a statute ordinance official decree or judgment official work issued by a German federal or state authority or 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