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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October 9, at 4: I can’t answer that. This file looks fine in Evince, and prints perfectly when I do use netcat to send it offendingcommajd to the printer. July 24, at 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.

Hi, I need your help in solving a problem with AI file. Install works fine in Ubuntu choosing a slightly different printer model, or using file from Toshiba. And not especially challenging Postscript, either.


Do you want me to open a offendinvcommand issue, or perhaps continue in that one? June 30, at 7: Changed in cups-filters Ubuntu Precise: It can also cause an error if it is too complex for the PostScript interpreter for example, it requires more memory than is available.

Troubleshoot PostScript errors

November 29, at 1: Do one or more of the following: If a problem is still occurring, could you open a new bug subscribe me so I see itand we’ll take things from there, please? Or, it could be damaged or contain a problem element for example, a damaged graphic. I have an Illustrator file that I created and I made a change to a gradient and then saved the file.

I newly installed Tomas Gustavsson tomasg wrote on The first process will execute: Without stating which exact problem you have, which procedure you are using to create PDFs and what you have already tried, nobody will be capable of helping you.

Besides, the thread seems to have become rather convoluted and confused. June 20, at 2: Switching to poppler with: First time, it prints on all of them, but the process, deppending on the printserver, blocks the printer.

The offending command is the last command the PostScript interpreter tried to process, “def,” which defines a new word in the dictionary. Please test proposed package. Perhaps your printer is powerful enough also for rather awkward PostScript.


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. After you rule out a damaged file as the cause, a damaged or offendingcommznd written element or font is likely causing the error.

If I could ask you to attach a Postscript file here on which your printer gives this error – hopefully, Till can post the instructions on how to do that. These terms can either refer to an actual PostScript error or to an offending command.

Choose either Job logging or Error Handling from offendinngcommand pop-up menu in the Print dialog box, and click Options.

Till Kamppeter till-kamppeter wrote on So i have used debug options from cups equals “cupsctl –debug-logging” to show me, how does cups will be convert the data stream from pdf thats the first data stream after click in print to postscript.