Bodvar, You must read my response in CONTEXT to the thread. The OP wanted a solution to printing directly from FrameMaker to a PostScript language level 2 printer. In that case, EPS must be no more than language level 2. That being said, my original response recommended as the best solution to simply create PDF and print from Reader or Acrobat. With that solution PostScript language level 3 EPS is no longer a problem and should be what you import into FrameMaker documents.
- Dov > -----Original Message----- > From: Bodvar Bjorgvinsson [mailto:bodvar at gmail.com] > Sent: Wednesday, June 04, 2008 11:16 AM > To: Dov Isaacs > Cc: Tim Lewis; framers at lists.frameusers.com > Subject: Re: Printing Error with FM > > Hi Dov, > > This is new to me, as it has been stressed on many occations that the > EPS should be saved as PS language level 3. Almost all my EPSs are. > Could this be the thing that is causing me all the trouble these days > (see message thread "FM Crash chapter 4 page 5")? > > Regards, > > Bodvar > > On Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 3:18 PM, Dov Isaacs <isaacs at adobe.com> wrote: > > .EPS files are "Encapsulated PostScript" containing a low resolution > > TIFF header and PostScript text. In the case of EPS saved from > > Illustrator, certain "private data" is stored in comments in the > > PostScript text from which Illustrator can properly "reopen" and "edit" > > the EPS files saved from Illustrator. > > > > If you are having problems with EPS files saved from Adobe Illustrator, > > check and make sure you are saving them as PostScript language level 2 > > as opposed to PostScript language level 3. That is most likely the cause > > of your problems! > > > > - Dov