Guest wrote:I re-installed GS (now Vers. 8.15) and APFill and copied gsdll32.dll to the Joe
Joe the Guest wrote:Found the problem with the file.
There was a string of text that would go beyond the borders of the page.
I shortend the string so it ends within the borders of the page and now I can open the .ps file with APFill.
Joe the Guest wrote:By the way, would it be possible to give the value of "common average ratio" a second digit?
/testname (This is a long string to display on the page) def
/Helvetica-Bold findfont 36 scalefont setfont
0 790 translate
40 -50 moveto testname show
-700 -40 moveto testname show
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%%BeginFeature: *PageRegion A4
2 dict dup /PageSize [595 842] put dup /ImagingBBox null put
Ghostscript is distributed configured to use U.S. letter paper as its default page size. There are two ways to select other paper sizes from the command line:
If the desired paper size is listed in the section on paper sizes known to Ghostscript below, you can select it as the default paper size for a single invocation of Ghostscript by using the -sPAPERSIZE= switch, for instance
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