I doubt that anyone is using it for much. It does tend to produce ugly output.
 
I do not know if any of it's eccentricities have been documented. There was some discussion about it some time back. You could try searching the archives to find it. I do not know if there is anything about it on Alex' FAQ about the TXTRenderer.
 
You could try changing the CPI or width settings in the TXTRenderer to get the width you desire. If you have fancy documents and want pretty output in plain text, I can tell you with some confidence that you will  be disappointed. On the other hand, if you tried rendering to a PDF and printing to a plain text printer driver in Acrobat, I do not know that it would look much better.
 
Art
-----Original Message-----
From: Brian T. Wolf [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Thursday, October 11, 2001 7:52 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: TXTRenderer

Is anyone else using the TXTRenderer? It seems that when I try it my pages all appear twice as wide as they are supposed to and the letter spacing is all funky.
 
Is that already documented? If not, does anyone have any workarounds or ways to fix this?
 
Thanks,
Brian

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