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Windows specific problems
Macintosh specific problems
Graphics do not get printed with the screen type specified in Line & Fill: Screens cannot be used with non-PostScript printers with the Macintosh version of PageStream. They only print to PostScript printers. Text formatted with certain bold fonts does not print in PostScript mode: This typically happens when printing with fonts containing no designed...
Amiga specific problems
Objects are too tall or too short: If your objects are half as tall as they should be, you need to change your display resolution. Choose Screen from the System Preferences submenu in the File menu. Change the Display DPI to X:65 Y:55 for most NTSC monitors (North America), or X:65 Y:70 for most PAL monitors (other continents). If your objects are twice as...
All Versions of PageStream
The screen did not redraw correctly: It is possible for the screen not to be correctly updated at all times. You can force a window redraw with the Redraw Window script. If you have not changed the defaults, you can just press F10 to do this. Converting a text block to a path results in a black box: You do not have TextFX installed. You cannot convert text...
Character Set File Format
This is the format of the character set files for conversion from Unicode characters to the operating system character set. The file must be in ASCII format. The line endings does not matter, nor does the case of the commands. These files are stored in the CSet folder inside the SoftLogik folder, and new ones may be created using existing files as a...
Current Supported Character Sets
Name in PageStream File Name Comments Amiga <built in> Amiga Macintosh <built in> Macintosh Windows <built in> Windows MS-Dos <built in> MS DOS AmigaPL AmigaPL.txt Amiga Polish IBM CP1006 CP1006.txt Windows CP1250(EE) WINCP1250.txt Windows CP1251 WINCP1251.txt Windows CP1252 WINCP1252.txt Windows CP1253 WINCP1253.txt Windows...
Operating systems like Macintosh, Windows and Amiga often only support a character set of 256 characters, each allocated a system number from 0-255 (although some numbers are reserved for special printing/display-terminal functions like carriage return and line feed). The operating system associates a default, predefined character (or, 'glyph') to each...
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