Re: deciphering dvips output
In article <d692e6c8-afb9-4e92-ad93-44ca7272acd8@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
lb <lewisbrown@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm trying to filter text in a postscript file based on font size and
emphasis. Most of the files I'm interested in are generated by dvips.
Are the original .tex or intermediate .dvi files lost? Those would be
far easier to work with.
Don't forget to stop and eat the roses.
- deciphering dvips output
... I'm trying to filter text in a postscript file based on font size and ... emphasis. ...
- Presentation of emphasis
... in part, in issues like EM and STRONG semantics - use just the vague word "emphasis", and the main reason for assuming implicit relativeness is that those elements are _text level_ elements only. ... They turn it into a heading, or use <font> tags to change font size and perhaps face, or create an image containing the "Welcome!" ...
- Re: Tag
... some of them partially correct. ... but that would be somewhat unnatural and risky, since someone might later add <font size="2"> just to reduce font size without realizing what will happen. ... If you really _mean_ to _emphasize_ a word and to suggest that the emphasis be rendered by the use of red color only, ... (appears in bold by default on most browsers, and font-weight: normal turns that off.) ...
- CUPS filter
... In my CUPS setup I have two HP printers configured. ... HP5 works perfectly. ... when I send a postscript file to the ... shows the filter "pstops" being used. ...
- Re: printing to Kyocera FS-1030D
... On Fri, 5 Aug 2011, Chris Whitehouse wrote: ... If I could find out this code maybe I could write it into a filter. ... # filter to wrap PJL commands around a PostScript file ...