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Unformatted text preview: %!PS-Adobe-3.0 %%BoundingBox: (atend) %%Pages: (atend) %%PageOrder: (atend) %%DocumentFonts: (atend) %%Creator: Frame 5.1 %%DocumentData: Clean7Bit %%EndComments %%BeginProlog %- %- Frame ps_prolog 5.0, for use with Frame 5.0 products %- This ps_prolog file is Copyright (c) 1986-1996 Adobe Systems, Incoporated. %- All rights reserved. This ps_prolog file may be freely copied and %- distributed in conjunction with documents created using FrameMaker, %- FrameMaker/SGML FrameReader and FrameViewer as long as this %- copyright notice is preserved. %- %- FrameMaker users specify the proper paper size for each print job in the %- &quot;Print&quot; dialog's &quot;Printer Paper Size&quot; &quot;Width&quot; and &quot;Height~ fields. If the %- printer that the PS file is sent to does not support the requested paper %- size, or if there is no paper tray of the proper size currently installed, %- then the job will not be printed. The following flag, if set to true, will %- cause the job to print on the default paper in such cases. /FMAllowPaperSizeMismatch false def %- %- Frame products normally print colors as their true color on a color printer %- or as shades of gray, based on luminance, on a black-and white printer. The %- following flag, if set to true, forces all non-white colors to print as pure %- black. This has no effect on bitmap images. /FMPrintAllColorsAsBlack false def %- %- Frame products can either set their own line screens or use a printer's %- default settings. Three flags below control this separately for no %- separations, spot separations and process separations. If a flag %- is true, then the default printer settings will not be changed. If it is %- false, Frame products will use their own settings from a table based on %- the printer's resolution. /FMUseDefaultNoSeparationScreen true def /FMUseDefaultSpotSeparationScreen true def /FMUseDefaultProcessSeparationScreen false def %- %- For any given PostScript printer resolution, Frame products have two sets of %- screen angles and frequencies for printing process separations, which are %- recomended by Adobe. The following variable chooses the higher frequencies %- when set to true or the lower frequencies when set to false. This is only %- effective if the appropriate FMUseDefault...SeparationScreen flag is false. /FMUseHighFrequencyScreens true def %- %- The following is a set of predefined optimal frequencies and angles for various %- common dpi settings. This is taken from &quot;Advances in Color Separation Using %- PostScript Software Technology,&quot; from Adobe Systems (3/13/89 P.N. LPS 0043) %- and corrolated with information which is in various PPD (4.0) files. %- %- The &quot;dpiranges&quot; figure is the minimum dots per inch device resolution which %- can support this setting. The &quot;low&quot; and &quot;high&quot; values are controlled by the %- setting of the FMUseHighFrequencyScreens flag above. The &quot;TDot&quot; flags control %- the use of the &quot;Yellow Triple Dot&quot; feature whereby the frequency id divided by %- three, but the dot function is &quot;trippled&quot; giving a block of 3x3 dots per cell....
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This note was uploaded on 01/19/2011 for the course ECE 124d taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.
- Spring '08