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Ver. 5.07 Postscipt Printer Drivers

Ver. 5.07 Postscipt Printer Drivers

Ver. 5.07 Postscipt Printer Drivers

(OP)
Does anyone have the postscript printer drivers for this version?  I need to install it in order to send it to the Adobe Distiller.  Unless someone has a better idea!  Thanks

RE: Ver. 5.07 Postscipt Printer Drivers

Here are the four that are most obviously labelled as postscript. Copy and paste them into notepad and give the names listed below.


ps650c.plt

CODE


; Postscript monochrome example Plotter Configuration file

;
;       $Logfile:   I:/mgds/plot/pltcfg/ps650c.plv  $
;       $Workfile:   ps650c.plt  $
;       $Revision:   1.9  $
;   If you change this file, please do not disturb the above source control
;   information. It will prove useful in the event that a future release
;   changes this file.

num_pens   = 1            ; Defines pens used
change_pen = both               ; options are color, weight, level or both
model      = postscript        ; plotter model number
driver     = pscript            ; MDL driver
rotate     = none        ; enable/disable automatic rotation to maximize
                    ; plots: cw = rotate clockwise, ccw = rotate
                    ; counter-clockwise, none = disable
autocenter            ; Automatically center plot on page
border/pen=1/filename/time    ; leave this out for no border
end_plot=eject            ; Forces a page eject on printer
default_extension/auto_incExt = '000'; default extension for plotfiles
;
; To configure a default output file name comment out the default_extension
; line above and uncomment this line.  "lpt1" may be substituted with any
; desired filename - e.g. "$(MS_PLTFILES)plotfile.000"
;
;default_outFile/auto_overwrite = "lpt1"
;
; Substitute the name of a pentable file to be loaded when this driver is selected
;pentable=\dir\file.tbl

communication = (eol1=13,eol2=0)
; communication = (handshake=0,baud=9600,par=none,data=8,stop=1)

;  This configuration file contains the necessary records for English
;  and metric resolutions.  English units are used by default.  To use
;  the metric setting, comment out all lines in the ENGLISH section and
;  uncomment the RESOLUTION and SIZE lines in the METRIC section.  The
;  SIZE records define the plotting area of the page.

; ENGLISH resolution and SIZE records
size=( 6.9, 9.4)/num=4/off=(.8,.8)/name=A
size=( 9.4,15.4)/num=4/off=(.8,.8)/name=B
size=(15.4,20.4)/num=4/off=(.8,.8)/name=C
size=(20.4,32.4)/num=4/off=(.8,.8)/name=D
size=(32.4,42.4)/num=4/off=(.8,.8)/name=E
resolution(IN)=(0.003333333333333333,0.003333333333333333) ;300DPI

; METRIC resolution and SIZE records
;size=(195,282)/num=0/off=(7.5,7.5)/name=a4
;size=(282,405)/num=0/off=(7.5,7.5)/name=a3
;size=(405,579)/num=0/off=(7.5,7.5)/name=a2
;size=(579,826)/num=0/off=(7.5,7.5)/name=a1
;size=(826,1174)/num=0/off=(7.5,7.5)/name=a0
;resolution(MM)=(0.08466666666666666,0.08466666666666666); 300DPI

pen(1)=/rgb=(  0, 0, 0)     ; black

; roll is the orientation setting for roll-type media
;   0 = normal default orientation for the specified pagesize.
;   1 = rotate image 90 degress counterclockwise
;   2 = rotate image 180 degrees counterclockwise
;   3 = rotate image 270 degrees counterclockwise
roll=1

; Stroke_tolerance determines tolerance for arcs and circles.  Value is
; between 0 and 10 with 10 being the greater tolerance.  Larger values
; also create larger plot files.
stroke_tolerance=10

;  The style records define how the design file line codes (styles)
;  are to be plotted.  Values are in plotter units (resolutions).
;  Values determine pen down/up movements, where (10,28) for a dot
;  pattern leaves the pen down for 10 units and up for 28 units.  The
;  /nohardware switch causes software stroking with these values.
; This example has the /nohardware option commented
; out, so the printer will draw the styles.

style(1)=(12, 36)    ;/nohardware     ;style = dot
style(2)=(21, 12)    ;/nohardware     ;style = med dash
style(3)=(50, 17)    ;/nohardware     ;style = long dash
style(4)=(33, 12, 8, 12)    ;/nohardware     ;style = dot-dash
style(5)=(17, 17)    ;/nohardware     ;style = short dash
style(6)=(25, 8, 8, 8, 8, 8)  ;/nohardware     ;style = dash-dot-dot
style(7)=(33, 8, 17, 8)    ;/nohardware     ;style = long dash - short dash

;  The weight line determines the number of strokes to use with each weight.
;  The first position defines weight 0, second weight 1, third weight 2 and
;  so on up to weight 31. To increase or decrease the number of stokes per
;  weight, change the number in that position.

weight_strokes=(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30,31,32)

; The record, hardware_raster, can be used to plot raster element
; types 87 and 88.  Only black and white plots can be output.
; Color raster elements will be converted to black during plot creation.
hardware_raster/resolution=300

; for dense filling
pen_width(1)=2

linecap     = 0                 ; 0=butt, 1=round, 2=square
linejoin    = 2                 ; 0=mitered, 1=round, 2=bevel
miter_limit = 1.415             ; larger values mean longer spikes
                ; 1=none, 1.415=90deg, 2=60deg, 10=11deg etc.

; Construction/active points are not plotted by default. Uncomment the
; next line if you want points plotted. Points are plotted 0.1 cm dia.
; point_size = .1

; largest_polygon is used only for element filling.  The value defines
; the point at which software filling takes over in place of hardware
; filling.  The value relates to number of vertices used to draw the                  
; element.  
largest_polygon=10000
psc650c.plt

CODE


; Postscript color example Plotter Configuration file

;
;       $Logfile:   I:/mgds/plot/pltcfg/psc650c.plv  $
;       $Workfile:   psc650c.plt  $
;       $Revision:   1.9  $
;   If you change this file, please do not disturb the above source control
;   information. It will prove useful in the event that a future release
;   changes this file.

num_pens   = 255                ; Defines pens used
change_pen = both               ; options are color, weight, level or both
model      = postscript        ; plotter model number
driver     = pscript            ; MDL driver
rotate     = none        ; enable/disable automatic rotation to maximize
                    ; plots: cw = rotate clockwise, ccw = rotate
                    ; counter-clockwise, none = disable
autocenter            ; Automatically center plot on page
border/pen=1/filename/time    ; leave this out for no border
end_plot=eject            ; Forces a page eject on printer
default_extension/auto_incExt = '000'; default extension for plotfiles
;
; To configure a default output file name comment out the default_extension
; line above and uncomment this line.  "lpt1" may be substituted with any
; desired filename - e.g. "$(MS_PLTFILES)plotfile.000"
;
;default_outFile/auto_overwrite = "lpt1"
;
; Substitute the name of a pentable file to be loaded when this driver is selected
;pentable=\dir\file.tbl

communication = (eol1=13,eol2=10)
; communication = (handshake=0,baud=9600,par=none,data=8,stop=1)

;  This configuration file contains the necessary records for English
;  and metric resolutions.  English units are used by default.  To use
;  the metric setting, comment out all lines in the ENGLISH section and
;  uncomment the RESOLUTION and SIZE lines in the METRIC section.  The
;  SIZE records define the plotting area of the page.

; ENGLISH resolution and SIZE records
size=( 6.9, 9.4)/num=0/off=(.8,.8)/name=A
size=( 9.4,15.4)/num=0/off=(.8,.8)/name=B
size=(15.4,20.4)/num=0/off=(.8,.8)/name=C
size=(20.4,32.4)/num=0/off=(.8,.8)/name=D
size=(32.4,42.4)/num=0/off=(.8,.8)/name=E
resolution(IN)=(0.003333333333333333,0.003333333333333333) ;300DPI

; METRIC resolution and SIZE records
;size=(195,282)/num=0/off=(7.5,7.5)/name=a4
;size=(282,405)/num=0/off=(7.5,7.5)/name=a3
;size=(405,579)/num=0/off=(7.5,7.5)/name=a2
;size=(579,826)/num=0/off=(7.5,7.5)/name=a1
;size=(826,1174)/num=0/off=(7.5,7.5)/name=a0
;resolution(MM)=(0.08466666666666666,0.08466666666666666); 300DPI

; roll is the orientation setting for roll-type media
;   0 = normal default orientation for the specified pagesize.
;   1 = rotate image 90 degress counterclockwise
;   2 = rotate image 180 degrees counterclockwise
;   3 = rotate image 270 degrees counterclockwise
roll=1

; Stroke_tolerance determines tolerance for arcs and circles.  Value is
; between 0 and 10 with 10 being the greater tolerance.  Larger values
; also create larger plot files.
stroke_tolerance=10

;  The style records define how the design file line codes (styles)
;  are to be plotted.  Values are in plotter units (resolutions).
;  Values determine pen down/up movements, where (10,28) for a dot
;  pattern leaves the pen down for 10 units and up for 28 units.  The
;  /nohardware switch causes software stroking with these values.
; This example has the /nohardware option commented
; out, so the printer will draw the styles.

style(1)=(12, 36)    ;/nohardware     ;style = dot
style(2)=(21, 12)    ;/nohardware     ;style = med dash
style(3)=(50, 17)    ;/nohardware     ;style = long dash
style(4)=(33, 12, 8, 12)    ;/nohardware     ;style = dot-dash
style(5)=(17, 17)    ;/nohardware     ;style = short dash
style(6)=(25, 8, 8, 8, 8, 8)  ;/nohardware     ;style = dash-dot-dot
style(7)=(33, 8, 17, 8)    ;/nohardware     ;style = long dash - short dash

;  The weight line determines the number of strokes to use with each weight.
;  The first position defines weight 0, second weight 1, third weight 2 and
;  so on up to weight 31. To increase or decrease the number of stokes per
;  weight, change the number in that position.

weight_strokes=(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30,31,32)

; The record, hardware_raster, can be used to plot raster element
; types 87 and 88.  Only black and white plots can be output.
; Color raster elements will be converted to black during plot creation.
hardware_raster/resolution=300

; for dense filling
pen_width(1)=2
pen_width(2)=2
pen_width(3)=2
pen_width(4)=2
pen_width(5)=2
pen_width(6)=2
pen_width(7)=2
pen_width(8)=2
pen_width(9)=2
pen_width(10)=2
pen_width(11)=2
pen_width(12)=2
pen_width(13)=2
pen_width(14)=2
pen_width(15)=2
pen_width(16)=2
pen_width(17)=2
pen_width(18)=2
pen_width(19)=2
pen_width(20)=2
pen_width(21)=2
pen_width(22)=2
pen_width(23)=2
pen_width(24)=2
pen_width(25)=2
pen_width(26)=2
pen_width(27)=2
pen_width(28)=2
pen_width(29)=2
pen_width(30)=2
pen_width(31)=2
pen_width(32)=2
pen_width(33)=2
pen_width(34)=2
pen_width(35)=2
pen_width(36)=2
pen_width(37)=2
pen_width(38)=2
pen_width(39)=2
pen_width(40)=2
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pen_width(42)=2
pen_width(43)=2
pen_width(44)=2
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pen_width(46)=2
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pen_width(48)=2
pen_width(49)=2
pen_width(50)=2
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pen_width(60)=2
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pen_width(70)=2
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pen_width(93)=2
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pen_width(253)=2
pen_width(254)=2
pen_width(255)=2

linecap     = 0                 ; 0=butt, 1=round, 2=square
linejoin    = 2                 ; 0=mitered, 1=round, 2=bevel
miter_limit = 1.415             ; larger values mean longer spikes
                ; 1=none, 1.415=90deg, 2=60deg, 10=11deg etc.

; Construction/active points are not plotted by default. Uncomment the
; next line if you want points plotted. Points are plotted 0.1 cm dia.
; point_size = .1

; largest_polygon is used only for element filling.  The value defines
; the point at which software filling takes over in place of hardware
; filling.  The value relates to number of vertices used to draw the                  
; element.  
largest_polygon=10000
pscript.plt

CODE


; Postscript monochrome example Plotter Configuration file

;
;       $Logfile:   I:/mgds/plot/pltcfg/pscript.plv  $
;       $Workfile:   pscript.plt  $
;       $Revision:   6.12  $
;   If you change this file, please do not disturb the above source control
;   information. It will prove useful in the event that a future release
;   changes this file.

num_pens   = 1            ; Defines pens used
change_pen = both               ; options are color, weight, level or both
model      = postscript        ; plotter model number
driver     = pscript            ; MDL driver to use
rotate     = none        ; enable/disable automatic rotation to maximize
                    ; plots: cw = rotate clockwise, ccw = rotate
                    ; counter-clockwise, none = disable
autocenter            ; Automatically center plot on page
border/pen=1/filename/time    ; leave this out for no border
end_plot=eject            ; Forces a page eject on printer
default_extension/auto_incExt = '000'; default extension for plotfiles
;
; To configure a default output file name comment out the default_extension
; line above and uncomment this line.  "lpt1" may be substituted with any
; desired filename - e.g. "$(MS_PLTFILES)plotfile.000"
;
;default_outFile/auto_overwrite = "lpt1"
;
; Substitute the name of a pentable file to be loaded when this driver is selected
;pentable=\dir\file.tbl

; To include the contents of a file in the Setup section of the  
; PostScript output file, un-comment the following line and fill
; in the appropriate filename.
; CmdName /appname="pscript" /parsed="importPsSetup" /unparsed="filename"

; To automatically select the paper tray used by plots,
; uncomment the appropriate Postscript prolog file.
; NOTE: you should also uncomment the appropriate "size=(?,?)" line below
;
; prolog=hptleter.pro        ; HP4V Letter paper tray
; prolog=hptlegal.pro        ; HP4V Legal paper tray
; prolog=hpttabl1.pro        ; HP4V Tabloid1 (11x17) paper tray
; prolog=hpttabl2.pro        ; HP4V Tabloid2 (11x17 Oversize) paper tray
; prolog=hpta3.pro        ; HP4V A3/A3 paper tray
; prolog=hpta4.pro        ; HP4V A4/A4 paper tray
;

communication = (eol1=13,eol2=0)
; communication = (handshake=0,baud=9600,par=none,data=8,stop=1)

;  This configuration file contains the necessary records for English
;  and metric resolutions.  English units are used by default.  To use
;  the metric setting, comment out all lines in the ENGLISH section and
;  uncomment the RESOLUTION and SIZE lines in the METRIC section.  The
;  SIZE records define the plotting area of the page.

; ENGLISH resolution and SIZE records, adjust as needed
; leave room for border
size=(7.4,10.0)/off=(.5,.5)/name=letter    ;Letter paper tray
;size=(7.5,13.0)/off=(.5,.5)/name=legal    ;Legal paper tray
;size=(10.0,16.0)/off=(.5,.5)/name=Tabloid1    ;Tabloid1 (11x17) paper tray
;size=(10.7,16.7)/off=(.15,.15)/name=Tabloid2    ;Tabloid2 (11x17 Oversize) paper tray
;size=(10.7,15.5)/off=(.5,.5)/name=A3    ;A3/A3 paper tray
;size=(7.3,10.7)/off=(.5,.5)/name=A4    ;A4/A4 paper tray
resolution(IN)=(0.003333333333333333,0.003333333333333333) ;300DPI
; resolution(IN)=(0.001666666666666666,0.001666666666666666) ;600DPI

; Metric resolution and SIZE records
; size=(188,254)/num=4/off=(12,12)/name=letter  ; leave room for border
; resolution(MM)=(0.08466666666666666,0.08466666666666666); 300DPI

pen(1)=/rgb=(  0, 0, 0)     ; black

; Stroke_tolerance determines tolerance for arcs and circles.  Value is
; between 0 and 10 with 10 being the greater tolerance.  Larger values
; also create larger plot files.
stroke_tolerance=10

;  The style records define how the design file line codes (styles)
;  are to be plotted.  Values are in plotter units (resolutions).
;  Values determine pen down/up movements, where (10,28) for a dot
;  pattern leaves the pen down for 10 units and up for 28 units.  The
;  /nohardware switch causes software stroking with these values.
; This example has the /nohardware option commented
; out, so the printer will draw the styles.

style(1)=(12, 36)    ;/nohardware     ;style = dot
style(2)=(21, 12)    ;/nohardware     ;style = med dash
style(3)=(50, 17)    ;/nohardware     ;style = long dash
style(4)=(33, 12, 8, 12)    ;/nohardware     ;style = dot-dash
style(5)=(17, 17)    ;/nohardware     ;style = short dash
style(6)=(25, 8, 8, 8, 8, 8)  ;/nohardware     ;style = dash-dot-dot
style(7)=(33, 8, 17, 8)    ;/nohardware     ;style = long dash - short dash

;  The weight line determines the number of strokes to use with each weight.
;  The first position defines weight 0, second weight 1, third weight 2 and
;  so on up to weight 31. To increase or decrease the number of stokes per
;  weight, change the number in that position.

weight_strokes=(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30,31,32)

; The record, hardware_raster, can be used to plot raster element
; types 87 and 88.  Only black and white plots can be output.
; Color raster elements will be converted to black during plot creation.
hardware_raster/resolution=300

; for dense filling
pen_width(1)=2

linecap     = 0                 ; 0=butt, 1=round, 2=square
linejoin    = 2                 ; 0=mitered, 1=round, 2=bevel
miter_limit = 1.415             ; larger values mean longer spikes
                ; 1=none, 1.415=90deg, 2=60deg, 10=11deg etc.

; Construction/active points are not plotted by default. Uncomment the
; next line if you want points plotted. Points are plotted 0.1 cm dia.
; point_size = .1

; largest_polygon is used only for element filling.  The value defines
; the point at which software filling takes over in place of hardware
; filling.  The value relates to number of vertices used to draw the
; element.
largest_polygon=10000
pscript.pro

CODE

/m /moveto load def
/l /rlineto load def
/r /rmoveto load def
/s /stroke load def
/w /setlinewidth load def
/rgb /setrgbcolor load def
/np /newpath load def
/cp /closepath load def
/gs /gsave load def
/gr /grestore load def
ustation /mtrx matrix put
/ell {
/eang exch def
/sang exch def
/n6 exch def
/n5 exch def
/n4 exch def
/n3 exch def
/n2 exch def
/n1 exch def
gsave
newpath
[n1 n2 n3 n4 n5 n6] concat
0 0 1 sang eang arc
defmat setmatrix
stroke
grestore
} bind def
/text{ /tscl exch def
/kern exch def
/fntnm exch def
/txtstring exch def
/n6 exch def
/n5 exch def
/n4 exch def
/n3 exch def
/n2 exch def
/n1 exch def
save
newpath
[n1 n2 n3 n4 n5 n6] concat
0 0 m
fntnm findfont
tscl 1.31 mul scalefont setfont
mark {kern 0 txtstring ashow} stopped cleartomark
restore } bind def
/vshow{
dup neg 0 exch rmoveto
add /vspacing exch def
/refwidth 0 def
{
 /charcode exch def
 /currchar ( ) dup 0 charcode put def
 gsave
 refwidth 0 ne {refwidth currchar stringwidth pop sub 2 div 0 rmoveto} if
 currchar show
 grestore
 refwidth 0 eq {/refwidth currchar stringwidth pop def} if
 0 vspacing neg rmoveto
} forall
}bind def
/vtext{ /tscl exch def
/kern exch def
/fntnm exch def
/txtstring exch def
/n6 exch def
/n5 exch def
/n4 exch def
/n3 exch def
/n2 exch def
/n1 exch def
save
newpath
[n1 n2 n3 n4 n5 n6] concat
0 0 m
fntnm findfont
tscl 1.31 mul scalefont setfont
mark {txtstring 0 tscl vshow} stopped cleartomark
restore } bind def
/trast{
/npix exch def
/ty exch def
/tx exch def
/r11 exch def
/r10 exch def
/r01 exch def
/r00 exch def
/picstr npix string def
save
npix 8 mul 1 false
[r00 r01 r10 r11 tx ty]
{currentfile picstr readhexstring pop} imagemask
restore
}bind def
/orast{
/npix exch def
/ty exch def
/tx exch def
/r11 exch def
/r10 exch def
/r01 exch def
/r00 exch def
/picstr npix string def
save
npix 8 mul 1 1
[r00 r01 r10 r11 tx ty]
{currentfile picstr readhexstring pop} image
restore
}bind def
/colorexpand
{
expstr 0 rgbclut 3 copy 7 -1 roll
{get putinterval
 exch 3 add
 exch
 3 copy
}forall
pop pop pop pop pop
}bind def
/bwexpand
{dup 0 bwclut 3 copy 7 -1 roll
{get put exch 1 add exch 3 copy
}forall pop pop pop pop pop}bind def
/bwimage {iw ih 8 myimagemtx
{currentfile shortstr readhexstring pop bwexpand} image} bind def
/cimage { iw ih 8 myimagemtx {currentfile shortstr readhexstring
 pop colorexpand } false 3 colorimage }bind def
systemdict /setcmykcolor known
{/doimage /cimage load def}{/doimage /bwimage load def}ifelse

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