On Fri, Jul 9, 2010 at 5:46 PM, Michael Talbot-Wilson <m...@view.net.au> wrote:
> I've just installed ConTeXt "minimal" and had a look at "ConTeXt, The
> Manual".  I typed in the example document that starts at the bottom of
> page 13 (called it eg.tex) and ran context.  It produced the file
> eg.pdf and I notice that it ran luatex with the option
> "--backend=pdf".
> Thanks, those who have done massive amounts of advanced work on
> ConTeXt and luatex, huge projects which are costing me nothing.  But,
> I have a problem.
> I have a PostScript printer.  I'd prefer not to have to run pdf2ps.
Does not AdobeReader help here ?
> How can ps output be produced directly?  "context --backend=ps eg"
> doesn't do it and there is nothing about --backend or other options in
> the index, of "ConTeXt,
pdf and dvi are  the only backend .
In mkiv (I suppose you are using mkiv because of  "context" )
the pdf backend is actually the only backend.

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