Department Of Computer Science
Aachener Informatik-Berichte (AIB)
Well, PostScript is quite standard. Nevertheless, the files were
produced on different machines using different text processing software
and then sent to me. So the result is a bunch of different
PostScript files - of which not all may produce correct output
on your local printer. If you are a PostScript expert and have solved
a problem with a certain file, please let me know!
Since 2002, you may additionally submit a PDF-version.
A4 size / US legal size
Papers are distributed in A4 size. US legal size is shorter,
so maybe your printer does not accept the PostScript file at all, or some
text is cut off. In the first case, try to replace the string
in the PostScript file;
in the second case
offers the possibility of changing the scaling and the
horizontal and the vertical offset of the printout: E.g.
scales down to 97 percent and lifts the page up one centimeter.
Some printers produce double sided output, so papers with an odd
page number and descending page order are printed a bit messy.
I will try to distribute only ascending-ordered papers in the future.
If you wish to reverse pageordering, use
pstops 1:-0 infile outfile
Problems with specific reports
- Causes problems, no solution found yet.
- ...is quite big. In the file 92-44.tar you find a
splitted version, which may work better.