RSS 11 projects tagged "printing"

Download Website Updated 30 Dec 2001 apsfilter

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Pop 136.02
Vit 4.53

Apsfilter is a magic printfilter, allowing you to print different document types "automagically" without having to convert them manually into something which is understood by your printer. Apsfilter is a mature and powerful printing solution for any flavor of Unix running lpd or LPRng. It supports the latest GhostScript version and 3rd-party printer drivers (such as hpijs, ijs, hpdj, pcl3, and gimp-print). It autodetects lots of file, archive, and compression types. It supports printing on local as well as on Appletalk, Unix, and Windows remote printers. General and "per printer-queue" based config files allow you to configure the printer for your needs. The lpr command line options allow you to change printing parameters like print quality, orientation, duplex mode, etc. "on the fly" without having to edit any config file. A SETUP script helps you to test various supported ghostscript drivers prior installation, makes the necessary entries in /etc/printcap, creates spool directories, and creates apsfilter default config files as needed. A handbook in HTML is available. Several tools are also included: "aps2file" allows you to print to a file via apsfilter, "apspreview" previews files as generated by apsfilter using gv and friends, and "apsfilter-bug" assists you in doing bug and problem reports.

Download Website Updated 12 Dec 2006 txt2pdf PRO

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Pop 75.03
Vit 4.12

txt2pdf PRO is a very flexible and powerfu program that converts files from text to PDF format. It extends txt2pdf with features such as the ability to add form feeds, to skip the first form feed, to set the top and left margins, to use images (JPEGs) in the background, and to create compressed PDFs.

Download Website Updated 07 Sep 2004 rlpr

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Pop 74.94
Vit 3.58

The rlpr package makes it possible (or at the very least, easier) to print files on remote sites to your local printer. It includes BSD-compatible replacements for `lpr', `lpq', and `lprm', whose functionality is a superset of their BSD counterparts. In other words, with the rlpr package, you can do everything you could do with the BSD printing commands, and more. The programs are all smaller, cleaner, and more portable than their BSD equivalents, and supported on just about any POSIX.1 system.

No download No website Updated 24 Aug 2010 TFORMer

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Pop 71.16
Vit 4.11

TFORMer is a versatile barcode label printing and reporting program. It provides a uniform solution for creating all types of documents like labels, forms, serial letters, lists, and reports. TFORMer is used on workstations, as a server-based output system or as a report generator SDK. Documents are created with the graphical layout editor TFORMer Designer. For printing purposes, data is entered manually or imported from databases or files. Templates for compliance labeling (e.g. AIAG, VDA, DHL, GS1, etc.) reduce design efforts significantly. For software developers, the output functionality is available with TFORMer Runtime. This cross-platform reporting SDK supports all types of barcodes, direct printing, PostScript, HTML, ZPL-II, and image and PDF creation. It integrates perfectly into client and server solutions. APIs are available for .NET, DLL, COM, and Java.

Download Website Updated 11 Feb 2003 pdfmodify

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Pop 55.40
Vit 1.00

pdfmodify allows you to modify existing PDF documents, adding data to a specific position on a specific page. It is easy to use as a batch application to fill every PDF form in a collection of documents. It is also easy to use it inside CGI scripts.

No download Website Updated 16 Feb 2012 PDF Automation Server

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Pop 48.31
Vit 42.59

PDF Automation Server (PAS) can receive PDF documents from multiple sources concurrently, including email, FTP servers, and local or network folders. Processes can then be defined independently for each document source to perform a number of different functions on the documents. Finally, PAS can route the original or modified document to multiple destinations, including folders, printers, email, and FTP servers. PAS supports the following PDF processing functions: printing, setting security, conversion to images, merging, flattening, and extraction of form field data, importing, exporting, and flattening of annotations, text extraction, assembling, splitting, merging, digital signatures, and stamping.

No download Website Updated 14 Feb 2011 Codehost BrightQ

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Pop 37.97
Vit 4.22

Codehost's BrightQ is a suite of Unix and Linux printing utilities that presents users and administrators with a unified user interface across a variety of popular Unix printing systems, abstracting the details of print filters and providing a powerful GUI to end users. Extended printer features are also available for select printer manufacturers. BrightQ Pro also includes remote printer monitoring, network device detection, and more.

Download Website Updated 06 Apr 2004 Xprint

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Pop 33.59
Vit 1.00

Xprint is an advanced printing API based on the X11 protocol which enables applications to use devices like printers, and to fax or create documents in formats like PostScript, PCL, PDF, SVGprint, etc.

Download Website Updated 07 Nov 2002 pdfrearrange

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Pop 28.57
Vit 1.00

pdfrearrange allows you to reorder the pages inside existing PDFs.

Download Website Updated 26 May 2001 SATFORM

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Pop 22.18
Vit 1.42

SATFORM is a forms processor which provides a facility to print word processor-quality letters/reports by merging a data source with a template form. The output is suitable for HP LaserJet III (PCL) or later compatible printers. SATFORM uses an HTML-style markup system (SAT/ML) to define document template forms. It is also possible to make use of SAT/ML formatting to process embedded SAT/ML tags using the companion SATFILTER utility.

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