Thanks for your help Bill!!!!! I did it!!!after downloading all the font files with the PUHP and using the config.vrx desing mode to print to file i got a correct result. thanks again for your help!! And bad after publishing the article on my site I received an email from a client of mine who was having the similar problem i am! thanks for your help!
it doesnt let me add an font,object or other thing wont let me.The font is not resident.so i get this warning when i go to Q32 my windows IE gives me....\"The system cannot find the specified registry key or value. This key maybe invalid or not available.Check the spelling of the key name, and check the spelling of any values contained in this key.\"
I am thinking of modifying it to where the page count & res. count can be set for the same font familly(ex. if you have \"draft 10 cpix\" set with a page count of 44 it should also say \"cto 2 or 4\"?) to give a glimpse of what needs to be changed. The modified version can be checked far more quickly by my kids than my wife (the dot matrix is on the kitchen table, a printing table, and is in plain view -- my kids can see it, but my wife usually cringes after I mention any changes.)
In Options select \"All\" in the dropdown chart. You can also make a category for each font in an.mfc file. So if you wanted to change the page count for several fonts all at once, you could make two categories, one for page count and one for res. count. Maybe you could see how long it took a certain font to come up, and create a chart with all the fonts that took a long time to come up. I'm not really sure. But that's what I'd do if I wanted to know.
Are you sure it is the version 1.2 printer driver, not the version 2.0 when selecting Uni Type Postscript 8.5? version 2.x includes, in addition to the raster driver (driver 1), the vector driver (Driver 2) and the cpi (driver 3). The raster driver is the generic driver, version 2.0, that includes postscript from QuickReport 5.x and above.It is a requirement in QuickReport 5.x+. version 2.x is included in printscheduler 5.5.Deciding whether printer is CUPS-aware can be detected using the CPU usage with the CUPS LP filter in Debian etch. Look this how it is reported for a HP LaserJet 2200: d2c66b5586