|-1||Write Group 3 1D-encoded data to the output file.|
|-2||Write Group 3 2D-encoded data to the output file.|
|-3||Write Group 4 MMR-encoded data to the output file.|
|-m pages||Set the maximum number of pages that are permitted in the output file. If more pages are present in the input document then abort processing.|
|-o file||Write output to the specified file instead of the default pdf.fax filename.|
|-w width||Set the output page width, in pixels. By default, pages are 1728 pixels wide.|
|-l length||Set the output page length in millimeters. By default, pages are 297 millimeters long.|
|-r vres||Set the vertical resolution, in lines/inch, at which to image the PDF.|
Before user-supplied PDF is passed to the PDF interpreter, a limited number of operators are defined. These operators are operators commonly found in a LaserWriter printer and (sometimes) generated by Macintosh-based applications.
The default Display PDF-based execution environment includes support for the following fonts:
AvantGarde-Book Helvetica-Bold Palatino-BoldItalic AvantGarde-BookOblique Helvetica-BoldOblique Palatino-Italic AvantGarde-Demi Helvetica-Narrow Palatino-Roman AvantGarde-DemiOblique Helvetica-Narrow-Bold StoneSerif Bookman-Demi Helvetica-Narrow-BoldOblique Symbol Bookman-DemiItalic Helvetica-Narrow-Oblique Tekton Bookman-Light Helvetica-Oblique Times-Bold Bookman-LightItalic Lithos-Bold Times-BoldItalic Courier NewCenturySchlbk-Bold Times-Italic Courier-Bold NewCenturySchlbk-BoldItalic Times-Roman Courier-BoldOblique NewCenturySchlbk-Italic ZapfChancery-MediumItalic Courier-Oblique NewCenturySchlbk-Roman ZapfDingbats Helvetica Palatino-Bold
Note that this is the same set of fonts supported by the DPS extension to the X server.
The default Ghostscript-based environment is more uncertain; consult the Ghostscript documentation for information on what fonts are available.
Output from the Display PDF version of this command is encoded according to the Display PDF binary encoding protocol.
Ghostscript-based versions of this program fail to exit with non-zero status when an invalid PDF document is processed; this makes it problematic for the HylaFAX queue manager to determine when a problem arises when preparing a job for transmission.
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