Wouldn't it make sense that an Encapsulated PostScript element (EPS file) would
not print to a non-postscript printer (except the part of it that is
non-PostScript, i.e. the preview)?
The benefits of producing output to a PDF from FM and then printing to your
printer has been discussed many times on this list. I'm not sure why anyone
would want to do otherwise (except by accident).
To: i...@mikewickham.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2014 15:57:24 -0700
Subject: RE: Having problems with importing an EPS file into FrameMaker ...
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4. But, printing to a non-Postscript printer directly from FrameMaker is
horrible.a. FrameMaker (or the printer driver?) apparently prints the TIF
preview rather than rasterizing the EPS to the desired output resolution during
printing. Yuck! :(...
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