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Thread: EFImageFlag and EFImageFrontY

  1. #1
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    Default EFImageFlag and EFImageFrontY

    I am trying to print from the commandline from both linux and mac. I'm using cups. I want to use the ImageShift feature in the driver. I'm trying to set the
    EFImageFlag=True
    EFImageFrontY=30

    but it's not shifting the image. I'm doing it as "-o EFImageFlag=True
    -o EFImageFrontY=30". Has anyone been able to print from commandline from cups?

  2. #2
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    If you are looking for the proper PostScript commands I usually recommend printing to file with the Windows driver.

    1. Install the Windows driver for your controller on a PC
    2. Print a simple Word document to File with the Image Shift or other settings applied.
    3. Open the print to file sample in Word or Wordpad and look for the PS commands in the header of the file. The commands and proper syntax should be displayed and relatively easy to find.

    I hope this helps.

    Thank you,
    Bruce

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