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(v13) Page feature support

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

Harlequin Core now supports Page Features . These are small mix-in pieces of PostScript, used to modify the configuration. They are run after the main configuration file, in a stopped context so they don't propagate errors. Page Features are added in clrip by using the -F option (new in Harlequin Core 12.0r0).

NOTE:   The -F option must be used after the -c option on the command line. Options are read in order and any page features already requested will be discarded when a -c option is encountered.

Features that are referenced by a relative name are read from the SW/Page Features directory:

Run the job using the Monochrome72dpi configuration, but with the long error handler enabled:

clrip -c Monochrome72dpi -F "Error Handler Long" job.pdf

Run the job using CMYKComposite300dpi configuration, but with an explicitly named PostScript file run to modify the configuration:

clrip -c CMYKComposite300dpi -F C:\Users\me\features\myfeature job.pdf

Run the job using the CMYKComposite300dpi configuration, but with a feature located in a sub-directory of SW/Page Features . Global Graphics suggests that you organize features into categories, for ease of management:

clrip -c CMYKComposite300dpi -F Color/SpotFeature job.pdf

Page Features are named after the Harlequin MultiRIP Page Features, but Harlequin Core supports multiple features. Features are collected by using multiple -F options:

clrip -c Monochrome72dpi -F "Error Handler Long" -F "List Spot Colors" job.pdf

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