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The PostScript language fs device

This page applies to Harlequin v13.1r0 and later; and to Harlequin MultiRIP but not Harlequin Core

An I/O device (%fs% ) is provided for use in PostScript language code to make the details of plugin file locations easier to handle. The details of this %fs% device are complex, but in simple use, a file in the current device plugin's Misc directory called name (suitably nameā€mapped where necessary) can be referred to in PostScript language code by the name (%fs%PluginMisc/ name ) . In addition, the appropriate setup file (whether or not called Setup ) can be referred to by the name (%fs%Setup) and the appropriate target file (whether or not called Target ) by the name (%fs%Target) .

There are many other variations possible in the %fs% device, but plugins will not normally need to refer to any of them. The variations are used internally by the RIP dialogs and page setup procsets.

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