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Help with TTY emulaton


(Guest) #1

I need help with the emulation TTY.

My client needs to print her invoices in an Epson FX 880.

I have configured the file cmls13.tty

Cmd.Init=#1B x #0
FontAlias.Courier New=#1B k #1

But the invoice appears all in compressed font.

My client wants that the head and the foot of the invoice appears in
normal letter and the lines in compressed letter.

But all text appears in compressed letter.

What is what I am making bad?


Best Regards,

Antonio Jiménez
Granada (Spain)


(Guest) #2

Of course, if I print the invoice using the driver of Windows, the
invoice is printed correctly.


Best Regards,

Antonio Jiménez
Granada (Spain)


(Guest) #3

AFAIK, the compression is caluclated accorind to the font size/width
of the text. Try to make the header/footer larger.

Paulchen

“Antonio Jiménez” <info@antoniojimen…> wrote in message
news:4585531200815451@combit.net

I need help with the emulation TTY.

My client needs to print her invoices in an Epson FX 880.

I have configured the file cmls13.tty

Cmd.Init=#1B x #0
FontAlias.Courier New=#1B k #1

But the invoice appears all in compressed font.

My client wants that the head and the foot of the invoice appears in
normal letter and the lines in compressed letter.

But all text appears in compressed letter.

What is what I am making bad?


Best Regards,

Antonio Jiménez
Granada (Spain)


(Guest) #4

Thanks Paul.

I’ve tried it, but without success.

The header/footer of invoice they have defined a Courier New 12 and the lines a Courier New 8.

In the header I have attempted with sizes of 14, 16… up to 26!!! and it always prints in compressed.

Some other option??


Best Regards,

Antonio Jiménez
Granada (Spain)

AFAIK, the compression is caluclated accorind to the font size/width
of the text. Try to make the header/footer larger.

Paulchen

“Antonio Jiménez” <info@antoniojimen…> wrote in message
news:4585531200815451@combit.net

I need help with the emulation TTY.

My client needs to print her invoices in an Epson FX 880.

I have configured the file cmls13.tty

Cmd.Init=#1B x #0
FontAlias.Courier New=#1B k #1

But the invoice appears all in compressed font.

My client wants that the head and the foot of the invoice appears in
normal letter and the lines in compressed letter.

But all text appears in compressed letter.

What is what I am making bad?


Best Regards,

Antonio Jiménez
Granada (Spain)


(Guest) #5

And if you add some horizontal enlargement (font’s “Width”) or a
different font?

Otherwise I have no idea. I thought this is done by some calculation
with the font width.

Paulchen

“Antonio Jimenez” <info@antoniojimen…> wrote in message
news:20738332008225311@combit.net

Thanks Paul.

I’ve tried it, but without success.

The header/footer of invoice they have defined a Courier New 12 and
the lines a Courier New 8.

In the header I have attempted with sizes of 14, 16… up to 26!!!
and it always prints in compressed.

Some other option??


Best Regards,

Antonio Jiménez
Granada (Spain)

AFAIK, the compression is caluclated accorind to the font
size/width
of the text. Try to make the header/footer larger.

Paulchen

“Antonio Jiménez” <info@antoniojimen…> wrote in message
news:4585531200815451@combit.net

I need help with the emulation TTY.

My client needs to print her invoices in an Epson FX 880.

I have configured the file cmls13.tty

Cmd.Init=#1B x #0
FontAlias.Courier New=#1B k #1

But the invoice appears all in compressed font.

My client wants that the head and the foot of the invoice appears
in
normal letter and the lines in compressed letter.

But all text appears in compressed letter.

What is what I am making bad?


Best Regards,

Antonio Jiménez
Granada (Spain)


(Guest) #6

Thank you again Paul.

Tomorrow I will make a test in my client’s office.

what I don’t have clearing is using another font.
would I Have to modify the file cmls.tty??
“FontAlias.Font_Name_Project=#1B k”???

I will try my client to accept printing with the windows driver!! :wink:


Best Regards,

Antonio Jiménez
Granada (Spain)