These terms can either refer to an actual PostScript error or to an offending command. Each term is linked to a page with more detailed information and possible. How to solve and work around postscript error offending command show. Error: rangecheck; Offending Command: show – Flushing: rest of job (to end-of-file). Are you getting an error when printing from Adobe that says “Cambria not found, using Error: invalidfont; OffendingCommand: show ]%%.
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If the same problem occurs from more than one application, the cause is most likely a problem at the system level.
Thanks Alex — that first one is so obvious I should have noticed it myself.
PostScript error: typecheck
When I tried to reopen the file I got the error message listed below. I have really do many changes with the ppd to become an answer. I apologize for the repeated messages. March 1, at It also includes an offending command, which usually indicates the specific part of the PostScript code that the interpreter couldn’t read.
Many PostScript error messages readily indicate the source of a problem. For text elements, you can also try using a different font for example, reformat the text using a different type of font. I seem to remember that there is a comment in the ps2write code to the effect that some filters on HP printers erroneously always close their underlying data source closing it should be optional.
Tomas, As this bug was reported as a problem with a HP LaserJetfor which a fix has been released, I would ask you, please, to open a new bug, and subscribe me cliddell to the new bug, and we’ll work forward from there.
And not especially challenging Postscript, either. It was printing a page with:.
Troubleshoot PostScript errors
Please work on a fix with cliddell. December 21, at 4: I’ll have a stab at that, but I guess you want your sample postscript file before I start messing error up.
PDFs are vector format with the option embed raster graphics “images” in them so they don’t have an inherent resolution. I say this for what it is helps you to find the reason of the problem. This may indicate a problem with the printer driver.
In my case i have the same problem with typecueck printer from HP manufacture.
The following error types indicate that something exceeds the PostScript interpreter’s memory or a PostScript language limit: Lots of PostScript operators can cause a typecheck error. July 23, at 8: At the moment, the only thing I’ve got that doesn’t print correctly is the stream1-uc.
Sadly, I don’t think I did a test print before running all the commands in post Try opening and resaving all images and drawings. To begin simplifying a complex file, do the following: Another comment with testing instructions will get posted here.
You also need plenty of free hard disk space when sending a file to a PostScript interpreter, especially when you print a large file. I can’t answer that.
Something happened in the RIP firmware that was not mapped to the standard set of errors. If a problem is still occurring, could you open a new bug subscribe me so I see itand we’ll take things from there, please? Could I ask you to send this file stream1-uc.
For edror it looks like that the error printout is not caused by Ghostscript sending bad PostScript but by crash bug To troubleshoot a PostScript error, isolate when the problem occurs to determine if it is a system-level, application-specific, file-specific, or element-specific problem.
So, my impression, from what you’ve described is that this isn’t the same issue as the others in this bug not least because the Postscript error is different: Install works fine in Ubuntu choosing a slightly different printer model, or using file from Toshiba.
ahow If an element that causes the problem is text or an element you created in the application, re-create the element. I have an Illustrator file that I created and I made a change to a gradient and then saved the file.
It is the same content as your original, but with the compression removed. I’m running Ubuntu I am not sure how this can be as the rest of the title prints fine, which is also set to verdana. Perhaps your printer is powerful enough also for rather awkward PostScript. The problem appears when using Evince and lpr command from console. After you isolate when the problem occurs, you can eliminate likely causes until you solve the problem.