These terms can either refer to an actual PostScript error or to an offending command. Each term is linked to a page with more detailed information and possible. How to solve and work around postscript error offending command show. Error: rangecheck; Offending Command: show – Flushing: rest of job (to end-of-file). Are you getting an error when printing from Adobe that says “Cambria not found, using Error: invalidfont; OffendingCommand: show ]%%.

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Oh, and no need to apologize – we all want to get this stuff working. Instead of printing the envelope, it prints 2 ordinary pages, 1 blank and one that says only: For the time being you can switch to Poppler again as described in comment 6. Also check Lots of PostScript operators can cause a typecheck error.

I hope some people have the same problem still available and can fix it, too. November 3, at I am happy to run speed tests. My thanks in advance. Steve, thank you for testing. June 20, at 2: Craig McQueen cmcqueen wrote on Tomas, thanks for reporting.

Troubleshoot PostScript errors

I think you need to take a new look at the error message since you omitted the most important part. To begin troubleshooting, locate the error type and offending command in the “PostScript Error Types” and the “PostScript Offending Commands” parts of this document. The following whow commands indicate a problem with specific text or a font element: Then I installed the proposed update.


After you rule out a damaged file as the cause, erorr damaged or incorrectly written element or font is likely causing the error. Steve, in addition to doing the test of the proposed package for the Precise update, please do also additional tests to investigate the root cause of the bug, so that we can work on a real fix.

An element or combination of elements that requires more memory than is available could be causing the error. You can then try to repair the problem. In the first situation the bug can be fixed with the cups option: If the error doesn’t occur, the original file is damaged.

The following offending commands indicate a problem with fills and lines, often in imported object-oriented, or vector, graphics for example, EPS, PICT:. Troubleshoot a problem further if you receive a non-specific Offendingcojmand error message, or if a PostScript error occurred without a message. If you remove a page and the error doesn’t recur, the elements you just removed cause the problem.

Your chances of getting help are far larger if you post all of this information on a forum such as the Adobe support forums or the b4print forums. Use an error handler utility.

You need to use: January 5, at 9: Besides, the thread seems to have become rather convoluted and confused. Can you please do the following test: Tomas, As this bug was reported as a problem with a HP LaserJetfor which a fix has been released, I would ask you, please, to open a new bug, and subscribe me cliddell to the new bug, and we’ll work forward from there.


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Could I ask you to send this file stream1-uc. When printing I get the error pages described above. The following error types indicate that something exceeds the PostScript interpreter’s memory or a PostScript language limit: Printng from a word document, receiving this error message….

Following are common offending commands, grouped by general cause. But there is no point in attaching the two sets of output since the Postscript from Poppler is totally different to the Postscript from Ghostscript, and thus there’s no chance of using a comparison to help. Some printers may have problems with the compressed PostScript.

All important details are in the file. There’s simply no way I can guess at what bugs other interpreters may or may not have.

Another comment with testing instructions will get posted here. Added a crash guard. Do you receive the error only from a single application, and in every file from that application? The file in the debdiff looks very cluttered offencingcommand there are many lines where only white space indentation changed.