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  1. CBI said:

    I had a related problem using Linux and the openprinting.org .ppd file for my Xerox Phaser 7750GX, in that my color print jobs would come out grayscale unless I manually forced them to “color”. I was leery of editing the .ppd file, but based upon the above article, I modified two lines:

    *ColorDevice: True was False
    *DefaultColorSpace: RGB was Gray

    Restarting cups then changed the default behaviour.

    June 10, 2010
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  2. said:

    Glad it helped you out.

    June 10, 2010
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  3. Samuel Briones said:

    hi,
    until now i still could follow the steps on how to disable banner sheet from the PPD files of a MAC. i tried to pull up and follow the path but it seems that the files are encrypted and i just could not see how i can set the following :
    ColorDevice: False
    DefaultColorSpace: Gray
    DefaultJCLBanner: False

    please help me with these issues as i get a lot of problems with a mac on this related configurations.

    thanks
    Nik

    April 6, 2011
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  4. Samuel Briones said:

    reposting with correct phrase….

    hi,
    until now i still could not follow the steps on how to disable banner sheet from the PPD files of a MAC. i tried to pull up and follow the path but it seems that the files are encrypted and i just could not see how i can set the following :
    ColorDevice: False
    DefaultColorSpace: Gray
    DefaultJCLBanner: False

    please help me with these issues as i get a lot of problems with a mac on this related configurations.

    thanks
    Nik

    April 6, 2011
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  5. Andreas said:

    Hallo,

    i want to change the Name of the Printjob and save it on the printer without printing.
    I change the Line in the ppd:

    userdict /xerox$jobname () put
    userdict /xerox$jobname (Testprint) put

    and set the Jobtype to “save print” ,

    but the Printer prints direkt without saving!?

    Can anyone help pleas?

    January 5, 2012
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