Duplex is a set of shell scripts (bash) that emulate duplex printing (on both sides of the paper) for sheet-fed printers that do not support duplex printing in hardware. It can operate as a pipe so that applications can use it as a duplex printing driver. Its unique feature is its ability to print many duplex print jobs in one batch, printing the odd sides of all jobs and then the even sides in just two passes. It has a limited graphical interface.
|Tags||printing feature at client side duplex|
|Operating Systems||Linux Unix|
Release Notes: A limited GUI interface for batch duplex printing and deleting jobs from the print queue. A new option to preview print batches and, optionally, go ahead and print the jobs. Several bugfixes, including switching from sh to bash to eliminate script syntax errors caused by an upgrade to bash. Improved documentation.
Release Notes: This version corrects a syntax error in the mprb script in code that collected summary statistics when running Pass 2 only (-pass2 option).