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Generate a print & cut numerated tickets in PDF from a SVG template

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Bonito is a very simple tool to generate numerated tickets (for instance, for solidarity events) ready to be printed, clipped and cut, starting from a SVG template.

The idea is to make “books” of consecutive tickets, in this way:

It requires Inkscape and Ghostscript.

How to use it

Design your tickets as SVG marking the placeholder for the number as XXX [1]. See this design) as an example.

Then run passing the number of consecutive tickets to clip together and the number of documents to generate. For example:

bonito mayores.svg --group_by=5 --documents=2

This produces 2 documents, mayores-001-015.pdf and mayores-016-030.pdf .

See the original blog post from 2010 (in spanish) for further details.

[1]You could use as many Xs as digit you want in the mark, and pass --mark in the command line. For example, to print numbers from 0001, you could use XXXX as the mark and pass –mark=XXXX

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