print multiple pages per sheet on PostScript printer
Mpage reads plain text files or PostScript documents and prints them on
a PostScript printer with the text reduced in size so that several
pages appear on one sheet of paper. This is useful for viewing large
printouts on a small amount of paper. Uses ISO 8859.1 to print 8-bit
This is a fix to mpage that makes it work with ArborText called "mfix".
To compile it just type:
cc mfix.c -o mfix
To use this as a fix to mpage, just pipe the mpage output through stdin and it will
send the corrected output to stdio..
For example, try it on the file "test.ps", by typing :
mpage -2 -P test.ps | mfix | lpr
and the file should be sent to the printer..
Note: This program mig
Mpage is a program to reduce and print multiple pages of text per
sheet on a PostScript compatible printer.
It also has limited functionality to do the same with postscript files itself.
The following are some of the files you should receive in the Debian package:
fix Fix to mpage that makes it work with ArborText
All.chars Test file contai
User visable changes
Version 2.5 November 1997
- Support for A3 paper
- dvips output should work better now. Note: figures might still
go wrong and some dvips file still fail...
- Included mergeps program to merger two postscript files.
See Contrib/mergeps.txt for details.
Version 2.4 September 1996
- option -b to select papersize. This
Landscape misorder from TeX/dvips to mpage
mpage - print mu
mpage (2.5-6) unstable frozen; urgency=low
* make mp and psprint executable
-- Adrian Bridgett
Nov 1997 Marcel J.E. Mol firstname.lastname@example.org
- Small hack to improve dvips handling. Hope this solves
Current Bug List:
- Processing Framemaker input (request from: email@example.com.
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