I recently got myself a new Epson Stylus 600 color injet printer.
I've got ghostscript set up to use the unified print driver to talk to
it. I'd like to print JPEG or GIF files, but I have to make postscript files
first (I've been loading them into Netscape and saving as Postscript) and
the conversion seems to lose resolution. The resulting Postscript files
look terrible, whether printed or viewed with ghostscript. I'm guessing
that's because Postscript has a 72dpi resolution.
How can I get Postscript files with high resolution color images?
My 1400 dpi printer doesn't do me much good if the source only has a
resolution of 72 dpi. B-< (The images look great under Win95, but I can't
stand to use Win95 for more than about ten minutes at a time before I
want to throw my machine out the window, preferably on to Bill Gates' head.)
Please reply to me and I'll summarize to the group. Thanks!
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