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> How do you measure pixels on the paper? One by one. It's a tedious procedure. :>D > If you have a 250 x 250 pixels doent in a resolution of 72 ppi, > the print size will be 3,472 x 3,472 inches. > If you set the resolution to 150 ppi, you'll get a print size of > 1,667 x 1,667 inches, if you remember to turn off 'Resample image' > that is. (If 'Resample image' is turned on, the pixel dimensions > will change if you change the print size or the resolution). Ok that was it. I ...

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    > How do you measure pixels on the paper?
    One by one. It's a tedious procedure. :>D
    > If you have a 250 x 250 pixels doent in a resolution of 72 ppi,
    > the print size will be 3,472 x 3,472 inches.
    > If you set the resolution to 150 ppi, you'll get a print size of
    > 1,667 x 1,667 inches, if you remember to turn off 'Resample image'
    > that is. (If 'Resample image' is turned on, the pixel dimensions
    > will change if you change the print size or the resolution).
    Ok that was it. I had forgotten to do that. Thanks very much for the
    memory jog.


    Kathy Guest

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    I have a shell script that creates a html doc out of a text doc. I
    would like to be able to call the program "mkhtml" via a printer
    called html on the box. ie: lp -dhtml filename.
    I have attempted to modify the printer interface file but can't seem
    to get it to work.

    I need to:

    1) copy the file(to be printed) name into a file named dir
    2) run mkhtml

    any suggesions?

    Thanks
    Brandt
    Brandt Eppler Guest

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    "Brandt Eppler" <bepplercomcast.net> wrote in message
    news:4jfrivc2im88sn851v81v1c3g7nj4hn2ul4ax.com...
    > I have a shell script that creates a html doc out of a text doc. I
    > would like to be able to call the program "mkhtml" via a printer
    > called html on the box. ie: lp -dhtml filename.
    > I have attempted to modify the printer interface file but can't seem
    > to get it to work.
    >
    > I need to:
    >
    > 1) copy the file(to be printed) name into a file named dir
    > 2) run mkhtml
    First suggestion.. Make 'mkhtml' take data from STDIN instead of requring a
    file. Failing that, it should be this simple:

    #!/bin/ksh

    TMPFILE="/tmp/prn.$$"

    /bin/cat - > $TMPFILE

    mkhtml $TMPFILE

    <cat the output of mkhtml to STDOUT>

    rm $TMPFILE

    ....


    Stuart J. Browne Guest

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