>Strange, I've never had any problems yet. Some random thoughts:
What exactly have you worked with/printed with?
My target machine is a big Xerox monster that uses a RIP engine to process
the PDFs and send PS to the printer.

Gives following err message:

      RIP: PostScript Error:  syntaxerror; OffendingCommand: bin obj seq,
type =
      128, elements = 1, size = 15365, unused field not zero
      RIP: Flushing: rest of job (to end-of-file) will be ignored

>- Did you try GhostScript/GhostView?

What can I conclude by using this?
My PDF files open and displays the images.
If I print via PDFWriter to file the result PDF looks accurate.

>- Are your EPS files PostScript Level 1? CorelDraw, for example, tells
>  me some strange stuff when I choose anything else that Level 1 when
>  exporting EPS.

Afraid I dont have Corel. I saved my EPS files with Illustrator. ( Level 1,
Illustrator format 8)
Using thoose files generates following error message:

      [INFO]: building formatting object tree
      [INFO]: [1]
      [ERROR]: Error while creating area : Error while recovering Image
Informations (file:/D:/CVS/BC/webApplication/images/gn_testlogo.eps) :
      [INFO]: Parsing of document complete, stopping renderer

Feel lost...

Claes Bergsten
Software Development Engineer
TJ Group as

+47 91668984

To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
For additional commands, email: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Reply via email to