PSJOIN(1) User Commands PSJOIN(1)NAME
psjoin - psjoin
psjoin [ options... ] filenames...
psjoin - concatenate PostScript files (version 0.3) by Tom Sato <VEF00200@nifty.ne.jp>, http://member.nifty.ne.jp/tsato/
-a: align first page of each documents to odd page
-s: try to close unclosed save operators
-p: not strip prolog/trailer of the input files
-h: display help
psjoin 0.3 November 2003 PSJOIN(1)
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PAGE(1) General Commands Manual PAGE(1)NAME
page - view FAX, bitmap, and PostScript files
page file ...
Page reads each file, either a CCITT Group 3 encoded file (such as a FAX page), Plan 9 bitmap file (see bitmap(6)), or PostScript in
sequence and displays it in its window. Pressing and holding button 1 permits panning about the page. Typing a q or control-D exits the
program. Typing any other character or clicking button 2 advances to the next file. Button 3 has a menu of the files to be selected for
viewing in any order.
When possible, page overlaps the read of the next page with the display of the current one.
Page calls gs(1) to convert PostScript files to Group 3 encoded files. All are converted before any pages are displayed. The menu then
displays one line for each page of the documents.
New York Times FAX files, updated daily.
SEE ALSO gs(1)SOURCE
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