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114.23.208.115 [Create working folders]
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 Also need delegates.xml Also need delegates.xml
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 +Note - delegates.xml must be edited so convert.exe can find the correct ghostscript executable namely gswin64c.exe (otherwise it defaults to gswin32c.exe). The ghostscript executable will be in the same folder as convert.exe so we don't need to worry about path thankfully.
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 +Replace:
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 +    <​delegate decode="​ps:​alpha"​ stealth="​True"​ command="&​quot;​@PSDelegate@&​quot;​ ...
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 +with:
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 +    <​delegate decode="​ps:​alpha"​ stealth="​True"​ command="&​quot;​gswin64c.exe&​quot;​ ...
  
 === ghostscript (what convert delegates specific PDF to PNG tasks to) === === ghostscript (what convert delegates specific PDF to PNG tasks to) ===
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 Warning - must wipe build folder first for a clean exe build Warning - must wipe build folder first for a clean exe build
  
-ghostscript - use the commandline version of ghostscript. http://​stackoverflow.com/​questions/​2598669/​ghostscript-whats-are-the-differences-between-linux-and-windows-variants. On Windows you have two executables, ​gswin32c.exe and gswin32.exe instead of gs only. The first one is to run Ghostscript on the commandline ("DOS box"), the second one will open two GUI windows: one to render the output, another one which is console-like and shows GS stdout/​stderr or takes your command input if you run GS in interactive mode.+ghostscript - use the commandline version of ghostscript. http://​stackoverflow.com/​questions/​2598669/​ghostscript-whats-are-the-differences-between-linux-and-windows-variants. On Windows you have two executables, ​gswin64c.exe and gswin64.exe instead of gs only. The first one is to run Ghostscript on the commandline ("DOS box"), the second one will open two GUI windows: one to render the output, another one which is console-like and shows GS stdout/​stderr or takes your command input if you run GS in interactive mode.
  
-ImageMagick - use the portable version (big fat convert.exe with everything ​bakes in vs scrawny non-portable version which relies the dependencies)+ImageMagick - use the portable version (big fat convert.exe with everything ​baked in vs scrawny non-portable version which relies the dependencies)
  
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