Re: Using EPS graphics in Interleaf

Subject: Re: Using EPS graphics in Interleaf
From: Beverly Parks <bparks -at- HUACHUCA-EMH1 -dot- ARMY -dot- MIL>
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 1995 15:31:03 MST

Do you have SunPC on your Sun workstation? (SunPC is a DOS
emulator). Our product is a DOS app (not Windows) which we
can load and run within SunPC on the Sun. This way, we can use the
UNIX Snapshot utility program to do screen captures from our DOS
application. These import into Interleaf without a problem.

(This reply was constructed in a hurry, so if you want
clarification on anything, let me know.)

=*= Beverly Parks =*= bparks -at- huachuca-emh1 -dot- army -dot- mil =*=
=*= "Unless otherwise stated, all comments are my own. =*=
=*= I am not representing my employer in any way." =*=

> Hi y'all,

> I'm having a problem.

> The Background--I work at a telecommunications company which makes automatic
> call distributors. Our software runs on OS/2 or Windows, but we create our
> documentation for that software on Interleaf, which runs on a Sun workstation
> (Unix). I have been doing screen captures on the Windows pc for a particular
> piece of documentation, saving the screen captures as bitmap files, and then
> using Corel Photo Paint OR Paint Shop Pro to convert them to EPS files, which
> show up on screen as grey boxes, but print out OK.

> The Problem--I have not been able to get them to print out recently. The
> goes through all its usual gyrations, but nothing comes out. No error messages
> or anything--the printer obviously THINKS they're coming out--but they're not.
> Does anyone know what might be wrong? Or, is there a better way for me to get
> Windows screen captures into my Unix Interleaf.

> Thanks so much!

> Nora
> merhar -at- alena -dot- switch -dot- rockwell -dot- com

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