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/cups/pdftops.conf

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 1#
 2# Configuration file for the alternate pdftops filter
 3#
 4# 2004-10-05/Bl
 5#	initial
 6#
 7# This configuration file defaults the configuration settings for xpdf's pdftops
 8# utility for use as a CUPS filter (under the pdftops wrapper). Short of 
 9# unicode handling, those options are listed which are (or seem to me) relevant
10# to convert PDFs to PostScript suitable for production printers.
11#
12# Most of these options may be overridden by osing the commandline options
13# pr pdftops prefixed with 'pdf'. Example: to enable OPI handling, add
14#	pdf-opi
15# to the command line options. For the details see the pdftops wrapper.
16
17#
18# Where to search for fonts not embedded in the PDF (currently, Type1 fonts only)
19#
20fontDir /PostScript/pfa
21
22#
23# Paper size handling
24#	We default to the media size specified in the PDF file.
25#	If a crop box is specified, it wil be used, otherwise the media box instead.
26#	By default, we use this size as imageable area.
27#
28psPaperSize match
29psCrop yes
30psExpandSmaller no
31psShrinkLarger no
32psCenter yes
33
34#
35# As we have (level 2) printers which don't understand CID fonts, we produce level 2
36# output.
37#
38psLevel level2
39
40#
41# Font handling.
42# We embed all fonts embedded in the PDF in the generated PS (level2 compatible composite
43# fonts in case of CID fonts.
44#
45psEmbedType1Fonts yes
46psEmbedTrueTypeFonts yes
47psEmbedCIDTrueTypeFonts yes
48psEmbedCIDPostScriptFonts yes
49
50#
51# OPI.
52# As OPI handling is rather uncommon to printers, disable it by default. But it may be
53# enabled by print command attribute.
54#
55psOPI no
56
57#
58# Use ASCII85 encoding.
59#
60psASCIIHex no
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