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Re: [hylafax-users] Faxing from Samba
Postscript does not really care about carriage returns and indeed it will
break up lines at places you would not want in this case, but you can
consider parsing the file through a ps2ascii filter before finding the
faxnr. The Ghostscript package has one on board - but i have no experience.
Non of my "customers" faces this problem (yet), but i make take this up in
a while to make the impementaion more robust.
For the latter case, the rasterizing driver, i have no respect at all...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Christoph Scheeder [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: woensdag 18 oktober 2000 10:29
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [hylafax-users] Faxing from Samba
> just to show the complexity of this field:
> you are probably right stating postscript is postscript, but there
> are more ways to print a line in postscript:
> one way is to tell the position, font and fontsize for the complete
> which is the way you need to find the number and parse it from the file,
> and the other way is to place every single character of the text itself,
> which leads to an nearly unparsable postscriptfile,
> and the third way which i've found in postscriptfiles produced by
> windows is to rasterize the text and put the imagedata in the
> which makes parsing completly impossible.
> Which of these possibiltis you find depends on the program and the
> printerdriver, sometimes you even find a mixture of those posibilities
> in one file......
> firstname.lastname@example.org schrieb:
> > Funny, because postscript is postscript. If you do not change the
> > formatting of your "fax-no: 12345" line anwhere between the f and the 5,
> > should end up on the same postscript line. Maybe you have a (how shall i
> > it) funny driver and then changing to a different postscript printer can
> > help.
> > -Ignace
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