The Document Viewer section provides configuration for viewing images. You find all details for these configuration settings in chapter Configuring the TIFF Viewer.
Figure: Image Viewer Configuration Settings
In the PDF Display Options section, you can configure the default zoom factor for PDF images in the Document viewer.
Select a percentage in the provided drop-down list.
Figure: PDF Display Options
The default zoom factor is
100%. Minimum selectable zoom factor is
50%, the maximum factor
The TIFF Display Options part provides the following options on how an image is displayed:
The Annotations section allows the following settings for displaying annotations:
Figure: Annotations Settings
Clicking the Select Stamp entry opens the editor, where all available standard stamps as well as custom stamps are listed with their images. Click on one of the images to make this the default stamp.
Figure: Select Stamps Editor
The selected stamp is then displayed in the tiff viewer configuration panel.
Figure: Selected Default Stamp
It will also be displayed in the viewer toolbar as default stamp.
Figure: Default Stamp displayed in the toolbar.
To change the default stamp and open the stamp selection editor again, click the icon of the default stamp in the annotation configuration.
The Extract Pages section allows settings for:
Note that this section is only accessible by administrators. For details on the Extract Pages dialog refer to chapter Extracting Pages.
The Extract Pages icon appears in the TIFF viewer if this checkbox is selected. By default, this option is selected.
This checkbox is enabled when the Enable Extract Pages checkbox is selected. When the Allow Extracted Pages to be Deleted from the Original checkbox is selected, it enables the Delete Pages checkbox in the Extract Pages Dialog which allows the user to specify whether the extracted pages will be deleted from the original document. By default, this checkbox is selected.
This section is available in case the Allow Extracted Pages to be Deleted from the Original option is selected. By default, prior document versions are retained, if you choose Delete Pages in the Extract Pages Dialog to delete the pages that are extracted in the original document. In case the prior versions of the document sources should be deleted automatically with this option, select Delete Prior Versions from the drop-down list. You can use this option to prevent unauthorized users to view prior versions of the document.
Figure: Settings on how to behave with prior versions.
The option Default Spawned Process Type provides a drop-down list to choose the default process type to be set in the Extract Pages Dialog. You can choose between Sub-process and Root Process.
Figure: Choosing the default spawned process type