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1998\02\28@114139 by Rajnish

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Hi all,

I got the Protel DOSWare and have problems printing files.
I wanted to know if anyone has a driver for a Cannon BJC210 printer or if
any one has written code for it.
I would be gratefull for any help.

Thanks,

Rajnish.

1998\02\28@224247 by Justin Grimm

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Hi
Im interested in other drivers as well
Justin Grimm    spam_OUTreaperTakeThisOuTspamsouthwest.com.au


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'[OT] Protel'
1998\03\02@072131 by WF AUTOMACAO
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Rajnish wrote:
>
> Hi all,
>
> I got the Protel DOSWare and have problems printing files.
> I wanted to know if anyone has a driver for a Cannon BJC210 printer or if
> any one has written code for it.
> I would be gratefull for any help.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Rajnish.

protel for D.O.S is free! Did you verify the Protel WWW?

M.

1998\03\02@152832 by Rajnish

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At 10:15 AM 2/3/98 -0800, you wrote:
>Rajnish wrote:
>>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I got the Protel DOSWare and have problems printing files.
>> I wanted to know if anyone has a driver for a Cannon BJC210 printer or if
>> any one has written code for it.
>> I would be gratefull for any help.
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Rajnish.
>
>protel for D.O.S is free! Did you verify the Protel WWW?
>
>M.

Hi M,

I know, and yes I did.

Protel on their site have clearly spelt out NOT to ask for any support on
their DOS f'ware. The included printer drivers are for HPGL, IBM DMatrix,
some Plotters and Gerber. I was wondering if anyone had done anything with
an .asm file available from their site to make your own drivers. I could
not make much of it and was hoping some briliant members of this group
might have done something with it.

Rajnish.

1998\03\02@163248 by Orin Eman

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> Protel on their site have clearly spelt out NOT to ask for any support on
> their DOS f'ware. The included printer drivers are for HPGL, IBM DMatrix,
> some Plotters and Gerber. I was wondering if anyone had done anything with
> an .asm file available from their site to make your own drivers. I could
> not make much of it and was hoping some briliant members of this group
> might have done something with it.

For printing, I found that postscript worked best.  As for video,
I put up with VGA resolution.

Under Windows 95, I found that print quality ranged from good to
unusable in the following order:

Postscript plot, print using Ghostview
Plot using laserjet driver
Plot Gerber and print from GCPrevue
(Nothing wrong with the Gerber files themselves BTW,
just this combination.)

Orin.

1998\03\03@092219 by rlunn

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> > Protel on their site have clearly spelt out NOT to ask for any
> > support on their DOS f'ware.... <snip>
>
> For printing, I found that postscript worked best.  As for video,
> I put up with VGA resolution.
>
> Under Windows 95, I found that print quality ranged from good to
> unusable in the following order:
>
> Postscript plot, print using Ghostview
> Plot using laserjet driver
> Plot Gerber and print from GCPrevue

   I use the shareware program 'PrintGL'.  This takes an HPGL
   file and outputs it to a _very_ wide range of dot-matrix
   and laser printers.  Color printers too!

   Unless you're using a Base-80 from 1982, PrintGL will have
   a driver that works with your printer.  Usually, you also
   have the option of various levels of resolution vs speed.

   Additionally, the program will do all sorts of nifty resizing
   and clipping and (simulated) pen swapping and bordering and
   labelling and tiling and multi-paging...

   In Protel just plot to a file, then pass the file to PrintGL.
   I've enjoyed high quality printouts with both 24-pin inkjets
   and HP laserjets.

___Bob

1998\03\07@085720 by Larry G. Nelson Sr.

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If you have windows and a driver for your printer for that you can print to
a file with protel using HPGL and import the file into PaintShop Pro. You
then print to the printer from Paint Shop.


At 03:28 PM 3/2/98 -0500, you wrote:
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1998\03\10@123251 by Rajnish

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Sorry to waste bandwith but I need some help from anyone using Protel for DOS.

Basically I need to know how to place rotated components or rotate placed
components. I can't seem to able to change the orientation of placed
components.

Thanks,

Rajnish.

1998\03\10@162506 by Bárdos Csaba

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Hi,
When you are placing components, use "space" to rotate.
When the component is placed, first you have to pick up, (maybe
move component menu) and depress "space" to rotate.

bye
csaba

>Sorry to waste bandwith but I need some help from anyone using Protel for
DOS.
>
>Basically I need to know how to place rotated components or rotate placed
>components. I can't seem to able to change the orientation of placed
>components.
>
>Thanks,
>
>Rajnish.

1998\03\10@191131 by mwalsh

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Rajnish wrote:

> Sorry to waste bandwith but I need some help from anyone using Protel for DOS.
>
> Basically I need to know how to place rotated components or rotate placed
> components. I can't seem to able to change the orientation of placed
> components.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Rajnish.

 As I remember you press the space bar to rotate components, text, etc.

Mark

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