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Kyocera Prescribe programming

I am using a Kyocera FS1010 to print ASCII data from a Unix system.
I have written and programmed a macro which I call from one of the "Logical" printers and it works fine (an invoice overlay).

I want to program one of the other logical printers to print reports in compressed mode, so have used the Precribe command
!R! FSET 4S;EXIT;
but this doesn't work.

Do I need to put any other command in to make it work e.g select the font first etc.


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  • nalmo Nov 30, 2007

    The PRESCRIBE manual says that you can set any or all of the characteristics using the FSET command.



    My problem is that it works correctly for the logical printer on port 9100, but not on the logical printer on port 9101. My unix system can connect to a network printer directly (IP 192.168.1.20) but to port 9100 only (I can't set port numbers in SCO Open Server/unix); it accesses port 9101 as a remote printer via an XP machine (192.168.1.10) which has printers configured for various ports.

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Hi, I think that You must set parameters for line space,or character space.Also set parameters for margines,L1L2,etc...
have You prescribe manuals? if not, You can download it from Kyocera web site,section downloads.

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Try to use FRPO commands,but before that print status page and service status page.(Press and hold green button on printer about 10 seconds)

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