I agree that manual duplex and watermarks are driver features so they
probably don't need to be specified in the UPDF. I would put N-Up in this
category too. You can argue that some printers implement N-Up with a
command, but some printers may do watermarks with a command as well.
If a printer did implement watermarks or N-Up it would probably be with a
PJL (or some other job language) command and therefore could probably be
specified using one of the generic job language controls.
At 4/30/01 03:20 PM, Norbert Schade wrote:
>Do we all agree that this is a pure driver feature, which we do not
>describe in our format?
>It's not as trivial, as it looks, as this feature has a number of
>constraints and quite some user interface issues. But I'd like to stay
>away from it, unless that is a real showstopper for somebody.
>Principle Software Engineer
>Host Software Group
>Oak Technology, Inc.
>10 Presidential Way
>Woburn, MA 01801
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