Sorry, I think that it still does not - unless b&w dithering is close enough
for you.

Of course if someone wants to get me a PCL color printer and the appropriate
color PCL technical reference manuals and convince my employer to allow me
to do this, I would be happy to add color support...

Does anyone know how standard PCL color printing is? With the current PCL
support, as long as a printer supports PCL level 5 or above I have not seen
any compatibility problems. For color support would the PCLRenderer need to
know what kind of printer (mfg/model) it is printing to or just that it is
color? What would be a "lowest common denominator" PCL level for color
support?

Sorry about all the questions. The only color printing coding I have done
was for an Epson Color Stylus.

Color Me Curious,
Art

-----Original Message-----
From: Ralph LaChance [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Monday, March 11, 2002 11:14 AM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: RE: FOP Print Option


At 10:38 AM 3/11/02, you wrote:
>I figured out how to tell FOP to print to a specified printer.  On Windoze,
>depending on if you have a postscript printer or PCL printer you can simply
>do:
>fop ... -ps \\computername\printer or fop ... -pcl \\computername\printer.
>
>Jim

but remember that -pcl doesn't do color (at least it didn't....)



         ' Best,
         -Ralph LaChance



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