ghostscript - ps to ljet3p

ghostscript - ps to ljet3p

Post by Alan Buckwalter - x55 » Fri, 21 Jan 1994 03:21:26

I have an HP LaserJet IIIp and am using ghostscript 2.6.1 (or whatever is
the default under Slackware 1.1.1) to convert postscript to "ljet3" format.
For some reason, using the following command line, my output gets clipped
along the edges of the paper.  Mostly at the bottom, but I have seen it at
the top using nenscript and/or mpage, groff, etc...

gs -q -dNOPAUSE -sDEVICE=ljet3 -sOutputFile=output.lj --

I have tried some of the other ljet printer devices, without much success.
Has anyone else seen this, or can you offer some other things to try ?

Thanks !


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