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2001.06.15 03:49 "Image manipulation package based on libtiff?", by Pak Yan Choi
2001.06.15 06:44 "Re: Image manipulation package based on libtiff?", by Joris Van Damme
2001.06.15 11:38 "Re: Image manipulation package based on libtiff?", by Sim Zacks
2001.06.15 11:53 "Re: Image manipulation package based on libtiff?", by Frank Warmerdam
2001.06.15 12:57 "Re: Image manipulation package based on libtiff?", by Leonard Rosenthol
2001.06.15 14:15 "Re: Image manipulation package based on libtiff?", by Frank Palmieri
2001.06.15 16:09 "Re: Image manipulation package based on libtiff?", by Sam Leffler
2001.06.15 17:34 "Re: Image manipulation package based on libtiff?", by Pak Yan Choi
2001.06.15 18:56 "Re: Image manipulation package based on libtiff?", by Sam Leffler
2001.06.15 19:52 "Re: Image manipulation package based on libtiff?", by Joel Schumacher
2001.06.19 21:41 "Re: Image manipulation package based on libtiff?", by Brent Foster
2001.06.20 16:27 "Re: Image manipulation package based on libtiff?", by Frank Warmerdam

2001.06.19 21:41 "Re: Image manipulation package based on libtiff?", by Brent Foster

But by the time you do all that work, you'd probably be better off creating a new file, with all the pages in some sort of logical order.

Seems incredibly messy, in my opinion, and would probably take longer than an entire file rewrite.

We've tried this previously in our code, and yes, you're right - it is generally significantly slower than an entire file rewrite. It also requires extremely complicated code to do.

Brent