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Xerox Splash PCI Ver.6.0 Interface Card Reference Manual PDF

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We, Splash Technology, Inc... , declare under our sole responsibility that the Splash products to which this declaration relates are in conformity with the following standards or other normative documents:

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First Scan of the Day on Acolor 630 Series May Need to be Rescanned ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 18

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Splash ColorCal Notes ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 54

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Index... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 157

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The Splash Acquire plug-in gives your printer/copier high-resolution color scanning capabilities... Using Adobe Photoshop (or other compatible applications), you can scan printed images in CMYK, RGB, or grayscale and work with them in Adobe Photoshop... There are no network transfer delays during scanning opera- tions, since you scan directly from the Splash Server...

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Preparing the Scan If you have added system memory to your Splash Server, it is not necessary to close the Splash Server application before you scan with the Splash plug-in... If the Server is currently processing or printing a job, you must wait until the Server has completed these tasks before you can scan with the Splash plug-in... When the plug-in is scanning an image with the printer/copier, the Server cannot print to the printer/copier... An error message appears at the Server if a job is printed while the plug-in is scanning...

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7... Select an Original Type option that matches the image being scanned... The Original Image Type setting (not available with an Acolor 620 or DocuColor 5750 printer/copier) lets you specify the type of master image you will use to scan the image (for example, mixed text and graphics, line art, or a photo)...

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Color Options The Color options let you convert the scanned image to RGB or CMYK color, or grayscale... If you select RGB or CMYK color, Splash Acquire lets you apply color correction to the scanned image when the file is saved to disk... The preview image in the Acquire window updates instantly to show the result when you apply a Color option...

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Choosing the Zoom tool changes the pointer to a magnifying glass... Click anywhere on the preview image to see a magnified view of the scan preview... Hold down the Option key as you click to make the preview image smaller... When you double-click the Zoom tool, the preview image exactly fits the preview window area...

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Select the portion of the image you want to open in Adobe Photoshop... Since the amount of time it will take to open the image increases with the size of the selected area, you should select only the portion with which you want to work... To do this, drag the crosshair within the scan area to draw a marquee (dashed rectangle) around any portion of the image:

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The default setting for Resolution depends on the memory configuration for the computer, and the size of the scanned image... The Resolution you can use is limited by the memory and disk space available on the Server computer...

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Nearest Neighbor (the default setting) is the fastest method of interpolation, and it can be the best method for graphic art with well- defined boundaries between elements... This is the best selection for most instances... However, gradual changes of color can appear jagged when you print images using this type of interpolation...

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Choosing an Orientation If the preview image does not appear in the orientation you want, you can use the Orientation buttons to rotate the image when it is transferred into Adobe Photoshop...

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To improve the quality of RGB scans created with the Splash Acquire plug-in, use the Image Levels control in Adobe Photoshop... To do this, in the Image menu, point to the Adjust submenu, then select the Levels command... The Image Levels control window appears...

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Splash Export lets you print directly to the Xerox or Fuji Xerox printer/copier from Adobe Photoshop... If your AppleTalk network is used heavily, you can use Splash Export to avoid transferring the print job over the network... Splash Export provides a slightly different set of print options than those available with the Splash driver... Use Splash Export as an alternative to the Adobe Photoshop Print command...

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Using Splash Export If you add sufficient system memory to the Splash Server Power Macintosh, you can print with Splash Export while the Splash Server application is running... If the Server is currently processing or printing a job, you must wait until the Server has completed these tasks before you can print with Splash Export... When Splash Export is printing to the printer/copier, the Server cannot print jobs in the queue... An error message appears at the Server if a job attempts to print while Splash Export is printing...

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If the image is very large, Splash Export displays an option that allows you to skip loading the image... This opens the Splash Export dialog box faster, but a box with the Splash logo appears instead of the image in the preview window...

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The Splash Export preview window shows a full-size representation of the image on a larger white rectangle... The white rectangle represents the selected paper size... Splash Export automatically chooses the paper size that seems most appropriate for printing the full-size image... You can change the size of the image, and change the paper size and orientation before you print...

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Note: The image cannot be made larger than the paper size... If the full-sized image is larger than the paper, Splash Export automatically reduces the image size to fit the paper... The image maintains its proportions as you increase or decrease the size... You cannot stretch or distort the image...

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Nearest Neighbor (the default setting) is the fastest method of interpolation, and it can be the best method for graphic art with well-defined boundaries between elements... This is the best selection for most instances... However, grad- ual changes of color can appear jagged when you print images using this type of interpolation...

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To print to one of the paper trays, choose Tray then select the tray with the correct paper size in the pop-up menu...

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Note: For the MajestiK and Acolor printer/copiers, Splash supports Heavy Weight paper for page sizes: A4 SEF, A4 LEF, B5 SEF, B5 LEF, Letter SEF, Letter LEF, Legal, Legal13, 8x10 LEF, 9x12, and 215mmx315mm... (Paper sizes that do not indicate SEF or LEF are single edge feed sizes... ) Splash supports all Regal printer/copier Heavy Weight paper page sizes...

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When you use Splash Export with a CMYK file, you can darken or lighten the image with the Brightness slider that appears under Imaging Parameters... For RGB files, enter a Gamma value to darken or lighten the image... (For most purposes, a Gamma of 1... 8 is the best selection... )

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Copier is for exactly matching an image that was scanned at the printer/copier... The image must be scanned with the RGB color correction type RGB Copy (see Scanning From Adobe Photoshop in this Reference manual for instructions)...

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When Text/Graphics/Line Art (400-line screen) is used, even if color correction is selected, appropriate colors are not always output... The colors output sometimes differ from when Photographic is selected... For documents that emphasize the color image, choose Photographic... For documents that emphasize sharp lines (such as a map), choose Text/Graphics/Line Art...

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The sliders at the bottom of the Copier Options let you change the highlights, midtones, and shadows for the image... To adjust these, select Highlights, Midtones, or Shadows from the pop-up menu above the sliders, then set the K (black), C (cyan), M (magenta), and Y (yellow) sliders to suit your preferences...

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If you ever re-install the Splash Server software on the Server Power Macintosh, you must re-install the Splash Export software afterward to export files from Adobe Photoshop...

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Splash ColorCal, unlike other calibration solutions, is an ideal tool for both business graphics and other less-technical users, as well as for the more traditional prepress users... Splash ColorCal requires no special color knowledge and does not require the use or purchase of an expensive densitometer... Splash ColorCal is more accurate than other calibration solutions because it automatically adjusts gray balance in addition to accurate linearization... Further, it uses three times more color patches, with over six times the resolution in critical regions to provide results more accurate than competitive solutions...

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Calibrating the Printer/Copier This section describes how to calibrate your printer/copier with Splash ColorCal... For best color printing results, recalibrate the printer/copier at least once daily... If printer/copier use is heavy, you may want to recalibrate as frequently as several times a day... ColorCal runs only on the Splash Server computer... The printer/copier must have 8... 5"x11", A4, or larger paper loaded to print the Calibration Target used in this process...

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This command causes ColorCal to adjust the printer/copier to compensate for scanning differences that could affect calibration quality... (This command affects ColorCal operation only... It does not affect the scanning capability of the printer/copier for other scanning operations... )

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5... Select Calibrate Photographic or Calibrate Text/Line Art to indicate the types of jobs that will be printed and for which the copier should be calibrated... If you select both, you will perform calibration for Text/Line Art mode and then perform calibration a second time for Photographic Mode...

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ColorCal prints a calibration target on the printer/copier... The target always shows uncalibrated printer performanceeven if you have calibrated the printer before...

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Match the arrow on the target with the arrow on the back of the copier platen glass... Orient the target with the short edge of the paper along the left side of the copier platen... The Gray Scale target must cover the grayscale patches in the upper-left corner of the ColorCal target... (Place the Gray Scale target face- down on the glass first, then place the ColorCal target face-down on top of the Gray Scale target... )

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The Desired Density lines represent accurate CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) printing for the current CMYK color profile selected in the Verify Against pop-up menu in the Set Active Profiles dialog box (see page 43)... The Measured Density lines show actual uncalibrated printer performance as measured from the scanned Target...

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Color calibration is complete... After you run calibration, you can select any of the standard color profiles included with ColorCal for consistent, accurate color (see Using ColorCal Profiles with Splash on page 44)... If printer use is heavy, use Splash ColorCal throughout the day to keep track of color printing performance and recalibrate as needed (see Verifying Printer Color Accuracy on page 42)...

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Note: If both Photographic and Text/Line Art Original Types are selected in the ColorCal Printing Options, you must perform calibration for both modestwo cal- ibrations per set... If only one is selected, ColorCal removes the calibration informa- tion for the other when the calibration is performed... Jobs at the server will print in whichever mode was last selected in ColorCal...

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Splash ColorCal provides a special feature for calibrating to heat transfer paper used for adhering color output to non-standard media such as rice paper, rag paper, or T-shirts... To ensure consistent color output, use the original artwork for the calibration target, and activate the Mirror Image option before calibrating (see page 36)... This inverts the scanned artwork target to match the final transferred piece...

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To verify the accuracy of standard color output for your MajestiK or Regal printer/copier, choose the MajestiK Standard or Regal Standard profile in the Verify Against pop-up menu... This causes Splash ColorCal to verify measured densities against a benchmark MajestiK or Regal printer at Xerox laboratories...

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Note: Splash provides client software for computers running MacOS, Windows 3... 1, Windows 95, and Windows NT... Refer to the appropriate Printing to Splash... on-line manual for instructions on how to enable Splash color correction for each of these client computers...

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To print to Splash with the printer/copiers standard color characteristics (no color correction applied) deselect both RGB and CMYK color correction checkboxes in the Splash Color Options dialog box... This activates the Pass Through profile selected in the Splash ColorCal Active Profiles dialog box (see page 49)...

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Custom 1 through Custom 10 can be configured for any of the CMYK profiles provided with Splash, or for any user-developed calibrated CMYK color profiles (see Creating a Custom Color Profile on page 51 for information about how to create your own CMYK custom profiles)...

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The Pass Through profile is used when Splash Color Correction is not enabled in the Splash printer driver... Pass Through can be set to use a smooth visual standard that is optimized for RGB printing, or to use standard Regal or MajestiK color output characteristics, either calibrated or uncalibrated...

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SWOP Enhanced is a calibrated, higher dot gain (darker) version of CMYK SWOP... This profile prints vivid colors on your output, but remains similar to press inks in the mid-tones... Flesh tones may appear darker than normal... This profile is not intended for printing press proofs...

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Includes a Visual Standard profile for RGB printing, profiles that return the MajestiK, Regal, or Acolor printer/copier to standard color output, and an option for uncalibrated printing... When you use a color management system (from Kodak, Agfa, Apple, EFI and others) for printing, make the appropriate Standard profile (MajestiK or Regal) the active Pass Through profile in the Active Profiles dialog box, and disable Splash color correction in the Splash Color Options dialog box at the Client workstation...

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This setting can also be used with the Regal or Acolor 930/935 to more closely match the output characteristics of the MajestiK or Acolor 630/635... This can be useful when printing files originally designed to be printed on a MajestiK or Acolor 630/635 with Splash color correction disabled... This can be useful also when using other commercially available color management systems that provide MajestiK or Acolor 630/635 profile settings... Splash color correction should be disabled when printing using other color management systems... When a Regal or Acolor 930/935 is used with the MajestiK Standard setting, a loss of detail in the shadows may occur with some images...

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Creating a Custom Color Profile Splash ColorCal provides expert-level tools for creating custom CMYK user- defined profiles or modifying the calibrated CMYK profiles provided with ColorCal... You can edit only the calibrated CMYK profiles... To create a new profile, save an existing profile under a new name then modify the new profile... To use the profile editor:

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If you saved your changes as a new profile, the new profile name appears in the list of color profiles when you choose Set Active Profile in the Splash menu... Note that the new profile is automatically calibrated to the last time calibration was run as it is created...

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You also can use the gray scale patches on a ColorCal Verification target as a reference for adjusting curves... To do this, print a verification target in the ColorCal application (see page 42)... The first row of gray patches near the right side of the page is composed of CMY colors mixed together... The second row of gray patches

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If, during the verify process immediately after calibrating, the measured curve does not closely correspond to the target curve, it may be that your printer/copier needs servicing... Splash ColorCal cannot operate properly if the printer/copier is printing unevenly or if the scanner is too far out of specification... To verify that this is the case, set the active Pass Through profile to Uncalibrated in ColorCal, then print out the full area on an A4 or 8... 5x11 page with 40% C, 40% M, and 40% Y color mix, with Splash Color Correction disabled in the Splash print driver... Examine the printed page to see if the output is an even gray with little variation... If there is significant variation, this indicates that the printer/copier needs to be serviced... If the printer/copier needs servicing, contact Xerox Service...

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Old Style Profiles contains Splash v4... 0 one-dimensional color profiles that were updated for use with Splash v5... 0/6... 0... If you created any custom color profiles with Splash v4... 0 and then upgraded to Splash v5... 0 or 6... 0, your custom profiles are updated by Splash for use with v5... 0/6... 0 and then placed in this folder...

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NetWare Direct Notes ... 78

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For IPX printing from Novell NetWare, Splash creates a native Novell IPX connection from the Splash Server to the Novell server... NetWare Direct delivers print jobs from a print queue on the Novell NetWare server to the Splash Server for processing... Once NetWare Direct is set up and activated, it operates automatically on the Splash Server each time a Novell client prints to the designated queue on the Novell server... Splash NetWare Direct is simple to set up and supports all Novell Ethernet frame types...

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Use the TCP/IP control panel to set up an Internet address for the Splash Server... You will need to assign the Splash Server a static Internet address so clients can reliably locate the Splash Server on the network... (A static IP address is required if you set up the server to use the Splash Web Queue Manager option... )

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6... Enter the Router address if needed... A network router maintains a list of IP addresses for two or more groups of network devices... The router then uses the list of addresses to direct network data to the appropriate location on the network... To enter two or more router addresses, press the Return key after you enter each address...

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Append UNIX Hostname to User Name When selected, the network host name is added to the print jobs owner name that appears in the print queue and job log at the Splash Server... For example, when the user Diane prints from the UNIX host Santana the print jobs owner name is [email protected] When this option is not selected, the print jobs owner name is Diane... For most situations, do not select this option...

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The Splash Server can be set up to accept TCP/IP print jobs from only the machines you specify in the Hosts... LPD file... This file is located in the Extras folder within the Splash Folder on the Splash Server... You can edit the Hosts... LPD file with any text editor (such as SimpleText) to enable TCP/IP printing from only specific host names, IP addresses, or ranges of IP addresses... This allows print access control at the individual, group, and subnet levels... Specific examples of how to set up host names are provided in the Hosts... LPD file on the Splash Server...

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Note: You must set up and enable TCP/IP Direct at the Splash Server before you can set up an LPR print queue for Splash on Windows NT... Windows NT will report an error during print queue setup if the Splash Server is not identified as an LPD server on the network...

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If Microsoft TCP/IP Printing appears in the Network Services list, this service is already enabled... Close the Network control panel, then go on to Setting Up the Splash Server TCP/IP Print Queue on page 65...

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Follow these steps to connect to the Splash Server and create a print queue that sends jobs to Splash over the TCP/IP network... You need the following items to complete this procedure:

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3... Select My Computer then click Next... A list of printer ports appears... You must add an LPR port to support TCP/IP printing...

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6... Enter the address for the Splash Server, and if desired, enter a name for the server... (The name you enter here appears in the list of ports in the Add Printer Wizard... ) Click OK to continue...

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7... Be sure the Splash TCP/IP port is selected, then click Next...

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12... Select the model of your Xerox or Fuji Xerox printer/copier from the Printers list, then click Next...

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14... Choose Shared to allow other Windows NT and Windows 95 clients to connect to this print queue for printing to Splash... If you do not choose Shared, only this computer will be able to use the LPR port to print to Splash...

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Windows NT asks you to insert system software disks for the operating systems you selected in the previous step... Insert the floppy disks or CD-ROMs and click OK as directed by the Add Printer Wizard... When all files are copied, the Add Printer Wizard asks if you want to print a test page...

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Set up for the Splash TCP/IP print queue is complete... For instructions on how to use the print queue from a Windows 95 or Windows NT client on the network, see the on-line manuals Printing to Splash From Windows NT or Printing to Splash From Windows 95, provided with the Splash Server...

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To set up the Novell Server for NetWare Direct use PCONSOLE from a client connected to the Novell Server to create a print server and a print queue for Splash... Instructions are provided for running PCONSOLE from a NetWare 3... 1... x Server, a NetWare 4... 0... x Server, and a NetWare 4... 1... x Server...

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1... From a workstation, log in to the server as a user with sufficient privileges to create a print queue (Admin or Supervisor)...

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If you do not know the volume name, press Insert, then select the Organizational Unit for your server... The mounted volume names appear... The volume names should correspond with the server name (for example, TESTLAB_40... SYS)... Select the volume for your server, then press Enter to create the print queue...

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5... Under Print Queue Info, click the Browse button next to the File Server Name text box and select the name of the Novell NetWare file server where you created the Splash print queue...

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You activate NetWare Direct from the Splash Server application... In the Server menu choose Preferences, click the Network button, then select the Enable Enter- prise Networking checkbox... This opens and connects NetWare Direct when the Splash Server application starts, and disconnects and closes NetWare Direct when the Server application is closed... NetWare Direct runs in the background while the Server application is running... When a PC client workstation sends a print job to the Splash print queue on the Novell file server, NetWare Direct automatically opens and delivers the print job to the Splash Server...

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If, during NetWare Direct setup, a list of Novell file servers does not appear when you click the Browse button under Print Queue Info, you may need to specify the Novell servers Ethernet frame type in the Mac IPX control panel... To do this:

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If the network protocol for the Splash Server is changed from Ethernet to Modem Port or Printer Port (LocalTalk), this does not interfere with the ability of Splash NetWare Direct to print jobs to Splash from Novell NetWare print queues... Novell Server print jobs resume downloading to the Splash Server after the Server is restarted...

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With NDS and the Splash software you can create a single print server object and assign virtual printers to that print server... Virtual printers can have one or more print queues associated with them... To change the printers or queues, change the Print Server assignment in the NDS database... Splash Enterprise Networking reads the NDS database for the print server information and services the specified queues... This allows you to control print queues associated with the Splash Server without making adjustments at the Splash Server...

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2... In the Print Server text box, type the Fully Distinguished name of the Novell print server you created for Splash... Type the password for the print server (if one was assigned)...

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4... Click the Connect button to enable NetWare NDS Direct... A list of printers appears at the bottom of the Novell document window...

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If you purchased the optional Splash Web Queue Manager, clients on a TCP/IP network can view and control print jobs at the Splash Server...

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This chapter explains how to install the Splash Web Queue Manager upgrade and how to set up the Splash Server to allow remote clients (including MacOS, Windows 3... 1, Windows 95, Windows NT and UNIX-based systems) to connect to Splash... Refer to the appropriate Printing to Splash... on-line manual for instructions on how to use the Splash Web Queue Manager from a client computer...

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IMPORTANT: Do not remove the original Splash Key from the ADB chain... Before proceeding with the next step, make sure that both the original Splash Key and the Upgrade Key (and your keyboard and mouse) are all connected to the Splash servers ADB chain...

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After you complete the upgrade procedure, you can shut down the Splash Server Power Macintosh and remove the Upgrade Key from the ADB chain... (Do not remove the original Splash Key, and do not unplug devices from the ADB chain while the server computer is powered-up... )

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Locate the original Splash PCI v6... 0 software CD-ROM provided with your Splash Server before you begin... To install the Splash Web Queue Manager:

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Use the TCP/IP control panel to set up an Internet address for the Splash Server... You will need to assign the Splash Server a static Internet address so clients can reliably locate the Splash Web Queue Manager on the network...

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6... Enter the Router address if needed... A network router maintains a list of IP addresses for two or more groups of network devices... The router then uses the list of addresses to direct network data to the appropriate location on the network... To enter two or more router addresses, press the Return key after you enter each address...

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You will need to provide the Internet address for the Splash Web Queue Manager to clients so they can connect to the Splash Server over the Internet or Intranet... This address will include the IP address (or DNS assigned name) for the Splash Server (entered in the TCP/IP control panel), followed by /splash/... For example:

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Controlling Remote Queue Management Privileges The Remote Queue Management options in the Network Preferences dialog box control a clients ability to change or delete jobs in the Splash print queue... This option affects clients who use the Splash Web Queue Manager and clients who use the Macintosh Remote Status DA...

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1... Press the Interrupt button on the printer/copier... The green Interrupt light flashes, and the display on the printer/copier tells you to wait... Printing stops when the page in the printer/copier has finished printing...

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Changing the Paper Size in a Tray Before you change a paper size in a printer/copier paper tray, choose Stop Processing on the Splash Server to avoid misprinting an active job... After you insert a different size cassette, choose Continue Processing to resume printing... Refer to the printer/copier manual for complete instructions on how to change the paper size... See the Splash Set-up Manual for instructions on how to start and stop the Splash Server...

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Printing Full-Bleed Images To print full-bleed Letter-size images at 400 dpi in both directions on Splash Servers that support this feature, select an image size that is slightly larger than 8 1/2" x 11" (8 3/4" x 11 1/4", for example) in your application and print on 9" x 12" paper from a cassette tray, or choose Full Bleed Letter on Oversize in the Page Setup dialog box Paper list and print from the Bypass tray...

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Interruptions During Stack or Sort Printing If the Allow copier interrupt option is selected in the Splash Server Preferences, and a print job is interrupted while performing Stack or Sort operations with the printer/copier sorter, Splash reprints all copies of the page that was printing when the interruption occurred... This causes one page of the print job to have more copies than expected... This will occur, for example, when a user interrupts a print job temporarily to use the copier, or when the current paper tray runs out of paper during the print job...

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Disconnecting the Splash Interface Cable To avoid risk of damage, always shut down the Splash Server and turn off power to the printer/copier when you disconnect the printer cable from the Splash Server or from the printer/copier...

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Adobe Photoshop-compatible plug-ins, supporting direct high-speed color scanning to the Splash Server and direct Export printing for scanned images...

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Supported Software Applications The following Macintosh and Windows applications are tested and known to be compatible with Splash:

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Letter SEF yes yes yes yes 215 x 279 8... 5 x 11

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400 x 400 dpi contone printing on all page sizes up to A4; visually lossless 400 x 400 dpi printing on paper sizes up to A3

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Regal, DocuColor 5799, or Acolor 93X printer/copier

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The following Adobe Roman Fonts are provided with the Splash software...

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If you see an error message when you try to launch the Server application and you have just installed (or reinstalled) your Splash software (or any other software), remove any unnecessary inits and cdevs from the Extensions and Control Panels folders... Restart the Server and launch the Server application again... If this does not solve the problem, follow the instructions in Splash Diagnostics on page 133...

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Restart the Splash Server computer and open the Server application... Send the job again... If the error still occurs, reinstall the Splash software and restart your Server... Start up Splash and resend the job... If the error still occurs, run Splash Diagnostics...

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Restart the Splash Server computer and open the Server application... Send the job again... If the error still occurs, reinstall the Splash software and restart your Server... Start up Splash and resend the job... If the error still occurs, run Splash Diagnostics...

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If you are printing a PostScript file, try printing the file to another PostScript Level 2 printer... (If the file does not print successfully on this printer, the problem may be in your application... Contact the publisher of the application for Technical Support... ) If the file prints successfully, the PostScript file cannot be printed with Splash... Re-create the file using the Splash printer driver... (PostScript files created with other drivers may not print reliably on Splash... ) See any of the Printing to Splash... on-line manuals for more information about creating and printing PostScript files to be printed with Splash...

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A correctable error (out of paper, for example) was detected after the job was processed... The error was not corrected before the servers error timeout elapsed, so the job was moved to the Error queue... Drag the job to the Waiting queue after ensuring the problem has been corrected...

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Restart the Splash Server computer and open the Server application... Send the job again... If the error still occurs and you have added extended resources in the Resources Folder inside the Splash Folder, remove them, restart the Server com- puter and open the Server application... If the error still occurs, reinstall the Splash software and send the print job again... If the error still occurs, run Splash Diagnos- tics...

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Restart the Splash Server computer and open the Server application... Send the job again... If the error still occurs, reinstall the Splash software, restart the Server computer, open the Server application and send the job again... If the error still occurs, run Splash Diagnostics...

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Restart the Splash Server computer and open the Server application... Send the job again... If the error still occurs, reinstall the Splash software, restart the Server com- puter, open the Server application and send the job again... If the error still occurs, run Splash Diagnostics...

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Restart the Splash Server computer and open the Server application... Send the job again... If the error still occurs, reinstall the Splash software, restart the Server computer, open the Server application and send the job again... If the error still occurs, run Splash Diagnostics...

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Stops processing of the queue for the duration of the servers error timeout, or until you add paper to the A4L paper tray... After the servers error timeout elapses, the job is moved to the Error queue... Drag the job to the Waiting queue in the Splash Server window to resend the job...

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For color jobs, stops processing of the queue for the duration of the servers error timeout, or until you add magenta toner... After the servers error timeout elapses, the job is moved to the Error queue... Add toner... Refer to the printer/copier manual for instructions... Drag the job to the Waiting queue to resend the job... Grayscale jobs can still print...

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For color jobs, stops processing of the queue for the duration of the servers error timeout, or until you add yellow toner... After the servers error timeout elapses, the job is moved to the Error queue... Add toner... Refer to the printer/copier manual for instructions... Drag the job to the Waiting queue to resend the job... Grayscale jobs can still print...

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When a job selects paper tray 2, the Server stops processing of the queue for the duration of the servers error timeout, or until you add paper to the paper tray... After the servers error timeout elapses, the job is moved to the Error queue... Drag the job to the Waiting queue in the Splash Server window to resend the job...

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Restart the Splash Server computer and open the Server application... Send the job again... If the error still occurs, reinstall the Splash software, restart the Server computer, open the Server application and send the job again... If the error still occurs, run Splash Diagnostics...

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Stops processing of the queue for the duration of the servers error timeout, or until you add the correct size paper cassette to the paper tray... After the servers error tim- eout elapses, the job is moved to the Error queue... Select Bypass in the Splash Tray Options dialog box... After you add the correct size paper to the Bypass tray, drag the job to the Waiting queue in the Splash Server window to resend the job...

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This message indicates that the Splash Print Library extension is missing from the Extensions folder... To resolve the problem, copy the missing extension file from the Splash Software CD-ROM into the Extensions folder within the System Folder... If this does not solve the problem, run Splash Diagnostics (see page 133)...

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Restart the Splash Server computer and open the Server application... Send the job again... If the error still occurs, reinstall the Splash software, restart the Server computer, open the Server application and send the job again... If the error still occurs, run Splash Diagnostics...

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This message appears at the Splash Server when the Job Log file is too big to be read into memory before it prints... This problem prevents the Job Log from printing... To resolve the problem, increase memory for the Splash Server application, or use a text editor application to open the Job Log file and delete some of the records... See the Splash PCI Series v6... 0 Set-Up Manual for information about using the Job Log...

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This error appears at the Server when the Bypass Tray print option is selected together with either Sorter Collate or Sorter Uncollate print options... This results in the print job printing continuously at the printer/copier until the job is placed on hold, or the Server application is closed...

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One of these message will appear if the Splash Server is unable to process the current print job because Splash Acquire or Splash ColorCal is using the Splash interface card The print job must wait until the Acquire or ColorCal operation is completed, then the message goes away and the print job is processed...

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If you add fonts to the Splash Server, install using the instructions provided with the fonts, then download the installed fonts to the Splash Server... (See the Splash Set- Up Manual for information on how to do this... )

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MacIPX AppleTalk MacIPX Ethernet MacIPX Token Ring NetWare Client Netware Client Library

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The Splash Diagnostics application provides a way to troubleshoot the Splash Interface Board quickly and accurately... Use the Splash Diagnostics application when printer output is abnormal, or when the Splash Server application fails to report an obvious error condition (for example, the printer/copier has a paper jam, or is turned off, but the error is not reported by the Server application)...

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The Reports status window shows the progress of each series of tests... When all tests have completed, the Diagnostics utility creates a file with the test results and places it in the same folder as the Diagnostics utility... If the Diagnostics utility reports errors for any tests, contact Xerox Technical Support and report the errors...

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Troubleshooting After a Completed Test If the Server application does not work, or if the printer/copier produces abnormal prints, even though all diagnostic tests ran successfully and xerographic copies are normal, the problem may be in the cable that connects the Splash interface card to the printer/copier... Replace the printer cable with a new cable... If you still need assis- tance, call Xerox Technical Support...

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The page device parameters represent particular raster output device features or processing options; the values represent the current settings of those features or options... The setpagedevice operator is used to set the values of the page device parameters and the currentpagedevice operator is used to get the current values of these parameters...

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Note: resolutions of [400 200] and [200 200] are also sup- ported on some devices dependent on memory con- figuration and feature selection...

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OutputFaceUp boolean true section 4... 11... 3 of the Reference Manual

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The InputAttributes dictionary always contains the actual installed page sizes for slots 0, 1, and 2... If the physical tray is not installed in the printer, the corresponding entry in the InputAttributes dictionary will be set to null... The only time this will happen for the main tray (slot 0) is when the printer is booted and the tray is not installed...

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Note 1: The smallest page sizes and all full-bleed page sizes are supported only via the manual feed tray... These include: 4x6, A6, A6 Gov... Postcard, A4 Bleed, Letter Bleed, and A3 Bleed...

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Install Procedure {{/DefaultHalftone /Halftone findresource sethalftone} stopped {pop vmstatus pop pop 0 eq {<< /HalftoneType 1 /Frequency currentpagedevice /HWResolution get aload pop 2 copy gt {exch pop} {pop} ifelse {<< 300 53 400 71 600 75 1200 85 2400 133 >> exch get} stopped {exch pop 5... 6 div cvi} if /Angle 45 /SpotFunction {abs exch abs 2 copy add 1 gt {1 sub dup mul exch 1 sub dup mul add 1 sub} {dup mul exch dup mul add 1 exch sub} ifelse} bind readonly >> sethalftone} if} if % Select appropriate ColorRendering based on ProcessColorModel currentpagedevice /ProcessColorModel known { currentpagedevice /ProcessColorModel get /ColorRendering fin- dresource }{ /DeviceGray /ColorRendering findresource } ifelse setcolorrendering % Set transfer functions {} dup settransfer dup dup dup setcolortransfer {0... 5 mul} setblackgeneration {0... 5 mul} setundercolorremoval false setstrokeadjust} bind

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The setuserparams operator sets user parameters, and the currentuserparams operator reads their current values... The initial value of user parameters at the time the printer is turned on for the first time is product dependent... Unless otherwise specified, all user parameters are subject to save and restore...

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System parameters, in many cases, permanently alter the overall configuration of a product... They are set using the operator setsystemparams and read using the oper- ator currentsystemparams... In general, setting system parameters requires a pass- word... System parameters are not subject to save and restore... Their values persist across jobs...

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GenericResourceDir string (Resource/) section 3... 2 of the Supplement

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MaxScreenStorage integer 100000 section C... 1 of the Reference Manual

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Device parameters are set using the operator setdevparams and read using the operator currentdevparams... Device parameters are similar to system parameters in that they require a password, are global to the PostScript environment, and have similar persistence characteristics... As with system parameters, some of these parameters can be stored in non-volatile memory...

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Device parameters are subdivided into sets that correspond to a particular device (%Serial%, %disk2%, etc... )... Even if two products have the same device, the param- eters in the set might differ, for example, because the hardware support for that device differs...

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/LogicalSize 2076928 (value is installation dependent)

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The following tables list the factory-installed categories and resource instances... New resources of the regular resource categories can be installed by the user... For example, the user can add font and pattern resource... The categories of implicit resources represent built-in capabilities of the interpreter... For example, the Font- Type category indicates that the interpreter understands types 0, 1, 3, 4,5, and 6... There are also categories used to define new categories...

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(Ext-JIS12-88-CFEncoding) (Ext-SJ12-88-CFEncoding)

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The following information about instances is specific to the Xerox MajestiK Printer/Copier...

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FontType: The integers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 32 and 42 are the instances supported for this particular printer...

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The following information about instances is specific to the Xerox MajestiK Printer/Copier...

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The following operators are included for compatibility with existing Level 1 Post- Script language driver software... These compatibility operators are present in Level 2 printers for compatibility purposes only and their use in PostScript Level 2 lan- guage programs is strongly discouraged...

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Diagnostics error messages 111 loopback connector installation 133 running the application

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Fonts provided with Splash Server 105 screen and printer font locations 131

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Paper size changing the size in the tray 94 out of paper errors 95 sizes supported (table) 101

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Scanning Adobe Photoshop 9 cropping the image 14 disk space requirements 16 resolution 11 transferring to Adobe Photoshop 17

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Windows NT LPR port setup 65 TCP/IP print queue setup 63 TCP/IP print service, enabling 63

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