2 Replies Latest reply on May 9, 2014 4:01 PM by user13484277

    pdf's prints weird in unix


      Hi All,


      I have a workspace in both windows and unix. The windows workspace produces pdf's just fine, but in unix the same workspace prints pdf's with all section overlapping each other. Is there any setting need to be done.



        • 1. Re: pdf's prints weird in unix

          Porting an environment to Unix involves correcting INI path settings and making sure that all filenames on Unix are lowercase.

          If using relative paths and the subdirectory names are identical, then you probably don't have to change any path settings. For example, .\mymrl\myfolder\mydata\myfile.dat will get interpreted as ./mymrl/myfolder/mydata/myfile.dat on Unix.

          Try producing PCL output to see if the same overlap issue exists (my guess is it will).

          Or you can compare the NAFILE produced on Windows and Unix.

          The /NA records will contain the name of the section and the X= and Y= portion will show where the sections are being placed on the page.

          My guess is that your Unix NAFILE will have X=0, Y=0 for the sections instead of the coordinates you will see in the Windows NAFILE.

          • 2. Re: pdf's prints weird in unix

            Can you please elaborate on how to fix this.