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    Copier Gawd 50+ Posts
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    ps printing from mac

    Binary EPS files might be printed as garbage characters using Mac Adobe illustrator CS Binary EPS files might be printed as garbage characters using Mac Adobe illustrator CS.
    Answer [Introduction]
    When printing a binary EPS file using Mac Adobe illustrator CS, the following message will appear:



    After clicking the "OK" button, the print job will be sent to the printer. However, the printed page might only contain garbage.


    [Answer/Workaround]
    1. Submit the job as ASCII data. The application that was used to create the binary EPS file should be used to resave the file as ASCII.

    -OR-

    2. Change the PDL emulation setting to PS.
    Menu-->System-->Printer Lang=PS (The location of this setting might differ depending on the model)

    -OR-

    3. Turn BitSW#2-3 ON. (Please refer to FAQ#000865 for information about BitSW#2-3.)


    [Information]
    Basically this symptom happens if a sequence of bits that coincidentally corresponds to the command '<ESC>E' is included in the binary EPS data.
    The purpose of an <ESC>E is to cause the PDL emulation to switch to PCL . However, sometimes data such as an image might contain a string of bits that is the same as an <ESC>E. If this happens, the controller thinks that an <ESC>E has been submitted and switches emulators from PS to PCL. All remaining PS data after the <ESC>E is processed as PCL data and printed as garbage characters.
    Workaround1: If the data is sent as ASCII, there is no chance of the accidental inclusion of an <ESC>E because there is no ASCII character code for ESC.
    Workaround2/3: If the PDL emulator is set to PS or BItSW#2-3 ON, the PDL emulater will not switch to PCL even if an <ESC>E is included in the binary EPS data.

    Note: This symptom can affect any application that submits binary jobs.


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    Only one problem about this Bulletin,the patch was already installed together with all the other available patch'es.However the problem is solved and the solution was the "ppd" in combination with known "speed" problem's in Adobe CS.So when i locked the network speed to GB-ethernet it worked quite nice but thank's anyway it's always comforting to know that there are help to get somewhere.
    Best regards
    Anders


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    This i will read carefully and take note's about good info
    Thank's


  4. #14
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    My E-7000 forgets where it was

    Does anyone know why when the paper runs out that this printer would forget where it was and not complete the job after the paper is refilled? It seems very strange that it would forget what it was doing.


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    What happens is this: the machine runs out of paper and is not refilled before auto reset happens (approx 90 seconds) this auto reset can be disabled in the user "tools /sytem/timers" menu


  6. #16
    j4m3z
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    You sir, are a gawd. Thanks. That did the trick. I'm not a printer tech, just a lowly graphic designer with this new monstrosity of a printer and still trying to figure out the quirks. It replaced an old HP 8550 so there are plenty of bells and whistles to get used to that didn't exist on the HP. Thanks again.


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