>Description: Linux Diskette Labels for Avery Laser Labels (3.5" only)
>Copying-Policy: Freely Redistributable - No Commercial Resale
>Keyords: diskette label, linux, postscript
>The PS.tar series is visible under ghostview.
>This set of files should print to most any postscript device
>(I hope). I have tested it on an AST Laser PS and an
>Apple LaserWriter IINTX. I think they look good. What
>is pretty neat is the fact that the edge copy lines up
>Chris D. Johnston Surf City Software, Orange, CA 714/289-8543
HP LaserJet 4M. I didn't get anything out of my printers!
But the ghostscript preview works fine.
I found a lot of lines in the ps-files containing the postscript operator
'statusdict'. The Adobe PostScript Language Reference Manual says about
statusdict contains product-dependend operators and other data whose
names and values vary from product to product, and sometimes from
one version of a product to another. ....
statusdict is not necessarily defined in all products. Any reference
to statusdict in a PostScript language program impairs the portability
of that program.
So what about a new release of the labels?
Nevertheless they really look cool (at least the preview of them)!
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