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(v13) Page bleed in HqnImpose2

This page applies to Harlequin v13.1r0 and later; both Harlequin Core and Harlequin MultiRIP.

This additional control means that you can use crop mark code to produce a page with bleed but no marks, amongst other options (assuming, of course, that the PostScript produced by the sending application does not itself explicitly clip to the page boundaries):

            /mm { 72. mul 25.4 div } bind def
            /Objective /PackDrum
            /DrumCircumference 500 mm
            /CropMarks true
              /ShowWedges false /ShowJobName false
              /ShowProgressives false /ShowSepNames false
              /ShowCropMarks false /ShowRegisterMarks false
              /CropSpace 3 mm
              /Bleed 3 mm
            >> /HqnImpose2 /ProcSet findresource /HqnInitImpose get exec

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