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PPANEL

Section: User Commands (1)
Updated: 18 August 1992
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NAME

ppanel---Motif graphical user interface to TRANSSCRIPT  

SYNOPSIS

ppanel [ -Pprinter ] [ -ffilter ] [ files ]  

DESCRIPTION

ppanel provides a graphical user interface to all the TRANSSCRIPT programs. It allows you to translate, manipulate, and print files, as well as save the output to another file, take advantage of POSTSCRIPT printers with fax capabilities, or preview documents if you have an appropriate POSTSCRIPT language document previewer.

The possible options are:

-Pprinter
the print panel comes up with printer selected from the list of printers. The default selection is the value of the PRINTER environment variable.
-ffilter
selects filter from the list of filters. The default is the value of the TSFILTER environment variable, if set; if this variable isn't set, the default filter is "none".
 

ENVIRONMENT

PRINTER
default printer
TSFILTER
default filter
PREVIEWER
path name for the POSTSCRIPT language document previewer
PSFAXDB
location of the fax phone book
PSLIBDIR
path name of the directory containing preview.info (and printer.list for System V)
 

FILES

XPSLIBDIRX/preview.info
path name for the POSTSCRIPT language document previewer, which can be overridden by the PREVIEWER environment variable
XPSLIBDIRX/printer.list
list of available printers, for System V machines.
 

SEE ALSO

transcript(1), enscript(1), ptroff(1), psroff(1), ps4014(1), psplot(1), ps630(1), pslpr(1), psnup(1), psfax(1), psdraft(1)
BSD Unix systems: lpr(1), lpq(1), lprm(1).
System V Unix systems: lp(1), cancel(1), lpstat(1).  

AUTHOR

Adobe Systems Incorporated  

NOTES

POSTSCRIPT is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
TRANSSCRIPT is a trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Unix is a trademark of AT&T Bell Laboratories.


 

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NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
ENVIRONMENT
FILES
SEE ALSO
AUTHOR
NOTES

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