According to your comments (see below),  the problem I addressed some weeks
ago, was caused by the FreeBSD port at some stage during the upgrade to
version 7.07 of ghostscript-gnu.

Presently 7.07 has port upgrade "_3". I wonder if the problem has been addressed
and solved by now. I am asking, since I am afraid it may be difficult/impossible
to downgrade again, after upgrading the 7.07_3.

My current version check says:

cups-pstoraster-7.05.6      <  needs updating (port has 7.07)
ghostscript-gnu-7.05_4      <  needs updating (port has 7.07_3)

Thanks for your help,

Glenn Johnson wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 21, 2003 at 11:54:23AM +0900, Rob Lahaye wrote:
>>Glenn Johnson wrote:
>>>On Fri, Jun 20, 2003 at 05:59:10PM +0900, Rob Lahaye wrote:
>>>>Since I have upgraded to FreeBSD 4.8 (with cups-1.1.18), printing
>>>>has a problem with variable width fonts. Variable width fonts are
>>>>printed out as fixed width fonts; so text looks ugly and runs over
>>>>the lines.
>>>Are you using an "up-to-date" version of ghostscript?  If so, that  
>>>is the problem.  The last version of ghostscript that does not      
>>>exhibit this problem is ghostscript-gnu-7.05_5.  I am not sure      
>>>about the version number of ghostscript-afpl but recent versions    
>>>exhibit this problem.                                               
>>Yes I was up-to-date with ghostscript and that indeed was the problem.
>>I forced the deinstall of my ghostscript-gnu-7.07, and installed
>>instead from the packages, version 7.05_4.
>>My printing problem has gone now!
>>Is the origin of the problem located? Will it be fixed in the next
>>release of ghostscript-gnu? Has this problem been reported to the
>>ghostscript-gnu developer community?
> I am not sure but I believe the problem is specific to the FreeBSD      
> ports.  I hope to have some time this weekend to dig into it a bit.     

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