Add "signature/section" function to booklet printing.
Its become a "thing" for people to use old book binding techniques to make journals, and.. frankly, sometimes it would be nice to "print" something with more than a dozen stapled pages. Or, even print such a large thing in "sections" so that you have, say, the first 10 pages as one booklet, the next ten as a second, etc.
Problem is, right now, if you want to do this with a PDF, no matter the source or content, you are left hand calculation every single group of pages, then manually printing each batch. It would be nice to actually support, 'Print as signatures', as a sub option, and 'n pages per signature'. Or, call them sections, to avoid confusion.
The only solutions to do this, other than painstakingly printing every group individually seem to be some hackneyed scripts that try to chop the PDF up into files, which you still have to then print one by one, or other "solutions" for non-professionals, which often flat out do not work, or fail to avoid the original problem - having to print the things one after the other, instead of just say, "print this and divide it up in n page groups".
The booklet feature basically does most of the work already, it just doesn't work when you have 50, or 100 pages, instead of like 10.
But basically, the idea is that you do "booklet", then you tell it, "divide into groups", then you specify an even number of pages. The most common being 4, or 8, then if you have, say 48 pages, instead of printing pages 1,2,47 and 48 one one sheet, then doing 3,4, 45 and 46, (assuming an 8 page group), 1, 2, 7 and 8, then 3,4,5 and 6, before moving on to 9, 10, 15, and 16, etc. This creates 6 "booklets", each with 8 pages in them, which can either be stapled, and handed out as part 1-8, or, for the hobbiest, actually stitched into a bound book.
Not have the feature, like I said to someone on the forums, is a bit like replacing a fan belt by cutting the car body away from the engine. It gets you to the fan belt, but.. that kind of misses the point of designing a hood in the first place. ;)