h.blischke at srz.de
Tue Sep 6 06:35:13 PDT 2005
> Thanks,...is it possible to implement a page-label at the server end of things so that all documents printed get a header? I'm using Mac OS X, so each machine is running it's own server, and would like to add headers to all jobs to identify which computer printed the document.
It is always the server end where the page-label is handled. In case you are going to use
the alternate pstops filter, you'd have to implement it on all your Mac OS X machines,
> > Jeff wrote:
> > >
> > > I see a number of references to "page-label" for adding a static header to every page printed,...how exactly would one implement the page-label option? When I looked it up in the documentation, it simply explained what it was, but I didn't see anything on how to do it,...
> > >
> > > Thanks
> > > Jeff
> > page-label is a job attribute:
> > -o page-label="some weird text"
> > on the command line. The default implementation simply renders this "sime weird text"
> > (without the quotes) surrounded by a rectangular box at both tht top and the bottom of
> > each page.
> > There is an alternate implementation - see the link to "alternate pstops filter" on the
> > CUPS homepage - which requires some skills in PostScript programming but allows to
> > do things like watermarks, thumb tabs, etc.
> > Helge
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