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Print modules (PS output)

Bridge supports all print modules which you already know from the Calamus Print dialog, for PostScript output, too. You can even use so-called PPD's.

If you use this switch, the currently loaded PPD will be interpreted and all parameters which are supported by Bridge already, will be used for PostScript output, too.
PPD = Printer Parameter Description.
A PPD file contains instructions for output devices in a defined format. These parameters may refer to the paper format, to print resolution, paper feed trays and many other factors, and will differ from device to device. The supplied Bridge package contains a PPD folder containing a sample selection of these files for testing purposes.
Raster screen angles and raster frequencies from PPD files are not supported at the present time.
Clicking on the PPD button opens the PPD parameters dialog.

There you can load any PPD file. Its parameters will be presented then in this dialog then for selection:

The Info button opens a further dialog that provides details about the currently loaded PPD file.

Cut & crop marks
If this icon is selected, the settings for crop marks, registration marks and colour layer descriptions will be paid regard to and also exported in the PostScript document in the same way as for output via normal printers or imagesetters. These settings are usually made in the Page module, Page mounting function group with Set layout\Working area. For easier access, however, the PostScript export dialog offers a Crop marks button to call up the same dialog directly (provided the Page module has been loaded). With this you can alter or check the settings directly from the PostScript output dialog without having to close that beforehand.
If this button cannot be selected, please load the Page module first.
The PostScript export at present supports only the invers Imposition module in the full version from Version 3 onwards (available as an optional extra).
If this switch is set, the document will be imposed on output according to the settings in the imposition module. Click on the button [Imposition] to call the imposition module's dialog in order to define your settings there. Some of the parameters offered there are not supported for PostScript output yet (e.g. rotate output) and thus are not selectable when you call the imposition module from Bridge.
Hint: If you cannot select the button [Imposition] although you have loaded the right imposition module, you might have set the switch Output for Preps. You cannot use both imposition methods at the same time.
Fine data
If you select this switch, all fine data of raster images will be restored for PostScript output and will be removed again afterwards. With the button Fine data you can call the Fine data manager module in order to define further settings there.
Should this button not be selectable, please load in the Fine data manager (optional extra module) and try again.
If this icon is selected, the Pling module will sound a bell after export. The settings are made directly in the Pling module, which can be reached via the [Pling] button.
Hint: If the ringing does not stop, press the combination of [Control]+[Alternate]+[Shift] once – as usual in Calamus whenever you want to stop an output process.

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Last updated on May 28, 2020

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