Re: death to word

Carl,

U2 has everything!

Looking a gift horse in the mouse, I find that when I try xy2pdf I get "SX command requires a number. <<is99>>"
My REGEDIT stanza is:

[Ghostscript]
Ghostscript_EXE_Win32=C:\Progra~1\gs\gs9.05\bin\gswin32c.exe
Ghostscript_EXE_OS/2=
Ghostscript_EXE_*nix=
GSView_Win32=C:\gstools\gs4.03\gsview32.exe
GSView_OS/2=
GSView_*nix=
GsPrnDev=

The stanza heading had an "a" in it:
[Ghostascript]

I took it out, but still no dice.

I checked the paths by copying them to the commandline (ctrl-alt-shift-C in Xy4.kbd) and they had gswin32c.exe and gsview32.exe respectively.

Any help greatly appreciated.

--Harry

Reply to note from Harry Binswanger <hb@xxxxxxxxxxxx> Sun, 15 Apr 2012
23:20:29 -0400

> And I've forgotten how to turn a XY4 file into a
> .pdf.</blockquote><br> One way is to use PDFCreator. ...
> Easier is to use Adobe's online conversion facility. It's free
> for 4 times (I think).

Or use U2 command XY2PDF<Helpkey>. POSTGHST.PRN must be the loaded
printer file, and a PostScript interpreter and viewer, such as
Ghostscript and GSView, must be installed. User variables under XyWWWeb
REGistry Key [Ghostscript] must point to Ghostscript and GSView
EXEcutables (or their equivalents). Issue REGEDIT Ghostscript<Helpkey>
to edit the REG file.

--
Carl Distefano
cld@xxxxxxxxxx

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