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Artline~ Release Note 03 11 Digital Research", Copyright © 1991 Digital Research Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language or computer language, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical, chemical, manual or otherwise without the prior written permission of Digital Research Inc., 70 Garden Court, Box DRI, Monterey, California 93942. Artline © CCP Development GmbH, 1988, 1989, 1990 NOTICE TO USER DIGITAL RESEARCH MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE CONTENTS HEREOF AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Further, Digital Research Inc. reserves the right to revise this publication and to make changes from time to time to the content hereof without obligation of Digital Research Inc. to notify any person of such revision or changes. This manual should not be construed as any representation or warranty with respect to the software named herein. Occasionally changes or variations exist in the software that are not reflected in the manual. Generally, if such changes or variations are known to exist and to affect the product significantly, a release note or README file accompanies the manual and the distribution disks. In that event, be sure to read the release note or README file before using the product. TRADEMARKS Digital Research, Artline, and GEM are registered trademarks and Presentation Team, GEM Artline, GEM Draw Plus, and the Digital Research logo are trademarks of Digital Research Inc. We Make Computers Work is a service mark of Digital Research Inc. Adobe and PostScript are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Inc. Bitstream is a registered trademark and Fontware is a trademark of Bitstream Inc. HiJaak is a trademark of Inset Systems, Inc. Ventura Publisher is a registered trademark of Ventura Software, a Xerox Company. ITC Galliard is a registered trademark of International Typeface Corporation. Hewlett-Packard and LaserJet are registered trademarks of Hewlett-Packard Corporation. If any other trademarks are mentioned herein, they are the property of their respective owners. Artline Release Note 03 January 1991 Contents Preface 1 Symbol File Conversion Using SYF2GEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Quitting SYF2GEM . . . . . . . . . . . . Converted Symbol Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 2 • 0 • • 0 o. 0 0 • 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 • 0 0 0 0 0 BLDAF4 Font File Conversion Generating Fonts with BLDAF4 ... Creating the Source Files . . . . . . . . . . Finding Font Information . . . . . . . . . . Running BLDAF4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 3 1-1 1-5 1-5 ••• 0 0 • 0 0 ••• 0 0 0 0 0 • 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 • • 0 • 0 0 0 2-2 2-2 2-4 2-5 HiJaak File Conversion Utility File Format Types . . . . . . . Destination File Types . . . . . . . . . . . . Starting HiJaak From the Command Line . . . From Artline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HiJaak Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Using a Mouse .. . . . . . . . . . . . . Using the Keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . HiJaak Keyboard and Mouse Functions ... USing HiJaak Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 0 ••• 0 • 0 • • • • 0 • 0 •• 0 0 • 0 0 0 0 0 • • • • • • 0 •• 0 ••• 0 0 • 0 0 0 0 0 0 • • • • • 0 • • 0 0 0 0 0 0 • • • • 0 0 0 0 • • • • • 0 • • 0 • 0 • • 0 0 0 • 0 •• 0 0 0 0 • • 0 • 0 0 0 0 • • 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 • • 0 0 0 • 3-2 3-3 3-4 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-8 3-9 iii How to Convert Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Select Files to be Converted Dialog . . . . . . . . . . . . . Source Options Dialog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fonts in Converted Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Destination Files Dialog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Destination Options Dialog . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Advanced Destination Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Exiting HiJaak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EPS Conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EPS Destination Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HiJaak Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . File Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Convert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A Ventura Publisher Compatibility Unsupported Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hewlett Packard LaserJet Series II . . . . . . . . . . . . B A-1 A-2 Application and Documentation Updates Generallnformation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Clip Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Color Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fonts for GEM Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Everex Memory Boards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Documentation Updates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iv 3-10 3- 11 3- 13 3- 13 3- 14 3-15 3- 16 3- 17 3- 18 3-21 3-23 3-23 3-25 3-25 B-2 B-2 B-3 B-3 B-4 B-6 Preface THE Artline® Release Note 03 describes the following: o o SYF2GEM. This program converts GEM® ArtlineTM (Version 1.0) symbol files to the Artline, Version 2.0, GEM format. BLDAF4. The release note describes how you create Artline font files from files created with non-Digital Research® versions of Bitstream® Fontware TM. o HiJaak™ for Digital Research. This utility converts files created with other popular graphics applications to the Artline, Version 2.0, GEM format. In addition, you can convert files between several vector and raster file formats, including CGM, WMF, EPS, TIFF, and PCX. You can also convert Artline files for raster fax card transmission. o Additional information about the Artline program, as well as additions and corrections to the manuals. NOTE: Throughout this release note, the symbol .J represents the Return (or Enter) key or means "Press the Return (or Enter) key." v Symbol File Conversion files, a feature of GEM Artline (Version 1.0) made it SYMBOL possible for you to collect pictures and use them repeatedly in other files. In Artline, Version 2.0, the need for symbol files has been replaced by the ability to merge files, compatibility with many additional file formats, and an extensive clip art gallery. The SYF2GEM symbol file conversion program is provided so that GEM Artline users can convert their symbol files (with extension SYF) to GEM files that can be opened or merged in Artline, Version 2.0. Using SYF2GEM SYF2GEM is a graphics-based application that uses the same system software that Artline uses. Because you run the program with the Artline ToApp command, you must already be in Artline before you can start SYF2GEM. To start SYF2GEM, [I] Display the Artline File menu and choose the To App command. (The To App command is described in detail in Chapter 3 of the Artline User Reference Guide.) ] In the Run Application dialog, click on the Run button to display the Item Selector. 1-1 Using SYF2GEM I1J In the Item Selector, set the directory path to the directory in which SYF2GEM is located (the default is \ARTLINE\CONVERT) and then double-click on SYF2GEM.APP. ] In the Run Application dialog, make your selection in the Parameters box according to the guidelines on the next two pages. SYF2GEM's Application Type is GEM and is automatically set. Choices among the Options (Auto-Save Current Picture and Return to Artline) are a matter of personal preference. The illustration below shows how the Run Application dialog might appear when you have made all your selections. Run Application Run I D:\ARTLINE\CONUERT\SYF26EM.APP Pararlleters o Current File o Current I~age o Request ... @ None I Application T!lpe @ GEM o DOS o full MenoT9 Options ~ Auto-Save Current Picture ~ Return To Artline I OK I I Cancel I ] Click on OK to exit the Run Application dialog and start SYF2GEM. 1-2 Artline Release Note 03 Using SYF2GEM Parameters SYF2GEM can accept two of the Run Application dialog's parameters: Request and None. Request If you choose the Request parameter, the Command Line dialog appears when you exit the Run Application dialog. (The Command Line dialog is also described in the Artline User Reference Guide). Enter the full path and filename for the file you want to convert. For example, you might enter this in the dialog: (olllllland Line Enter the tUlIlliland line fur SYF2GEM,APP IC:\6EMAPPS\ARTWORK\SYMBOLS\L060S, SYA__ I OK I I Caned I Note the following about symbol files converted with the Request parameter: o You can convert only one symbol file at a time in this manner. When the file named in the Command Line dialog has been converted, you return to Artline or to the operating system command line (depending on whether you chose the Return to Artline option). o The name and location of the GEM file created by SYF2GEM is predetermined. The file's name is the same as that of the SYF file that was converted, and the file's location is the same directory as the SYF file's. For example, the command line string shown above would produce a file called LOGOS. GEM in C:\GEMAPPS\ARTWORK\SYMBOLS. You can rename and move the converted file after you run SYF2GEM, but not as part of the conversion process itself. Symbol File Conversion 1-3 Using SYF2GEM None The None parameter differs from the Request parameter in two important respects: D You can convert more than one symbol file. D You can specify the converted file's name and location. To convert symbol files with the None parameter, [!] When you exit the Run Application dialog, the first Item Selector ofSYF2GEM (labeled "Symbol-File to convert") appears. ] Change the path in the Item Selector to your symbol file directory, and double-click on the name of the first file you want to convert. ] The second SYF2GEM Item Selector (labeled "GEMFile to create") appears.  Note that the Item Selector automatically supplies a GEM filename that matches the SYF file's name. This GEM file will be created in the directory in which SYF2GEM is located. You have two options at this point: - You can accept the default name and path. To do so, exit the Item Selector by clicking on OK or pressing .J. - You can save the converted file to the directory of your choice and with the filename of your choice. To do so, change the path in the Item Selector, supply a new name, and then exit the Item Selector by clicking on OK or pressing.J. I}] The "Symbol-File to convert" Item Selector appears again. You have two options: - You can choose another symbol file to convert, in which case the cycle repeats itself. - You can quit SYF2GEM by clicking on the Item Selector's Cancel button or by pressing Esc. 1-4 Artline Release Note 03 Quiffing SYF2GEM Quitting SYF2GEM You can quit SYF2GEM any time the Item Selector is displayed by clicking on the Item Selector's Cancel button or by pressing Esc. Converted Symbol Files The individual symbols in the original SYF file are arranged in a single layer in the new GEM file. (The example below shows the converted symbol file JOBSl.SYF.) Each symbol is enclosed within a single selection frame, either as a group or as a merged element. Symbol File Conversion 1-5 Converted Symbol Files To use a converted symbol file, [I] Open the file into which you want to insert symbols. (]] Merge the converted symbol file into the current file (Merge File command). ] Activate the symbol layer, select a symbol you want, and Cut or Copy it to the paste buffer. [!] Activate the layer in which you want the symbol, and Paste the symbol onto the drawing surface. ] For additional symbols, repeat steps 3 and 4. ~ When you have inserted all the symbols you want, use the Layer Manager to remove the layer that contains the unwanted symbol. 1-6 Artline Release Note 03 BLDAF4 Font File Conversion HIS chapter describes how you create Artline font files with T non-Digital Research versions of Bitstream. Fontware-for example, the version of Fontware that accompanies Xerox® Ventura Publisher®. In general, BLDAF4 uses three things: o a source font file (extension PFA) o a kerning information file (extension AFM) o font information-font ID and weight NOTE: The AFM file is not required, but you will not be able to crea te kerned text without it. Digital Research versions of Fontware automatically generate a PFAfile, an AFM (for Adobe® Font Metric) file, and a PFI file that contains the necessary font information. The Artline Utilities Guide describes how you create Artline fonts from Digital Research versions of Fontware. To create Artline fonts from non-Digital Research versions of Fontware, you must create the PFA and AFM files and then pass the font information as parameters to BLDAF4. 2-1 Generating Fonts with BLDAF4 Generating Fonts with BLDAF4 The BLDAF4 process consists of three major steps: ] creating the source files ] finding font information [ill running BLDAF4 Creating the Source Files Fontware creates the following source files that BLDAF4 uses for each font you are generating: o A PFA file that contains the character set description. The PFA file is required. o An AFM file that contains the information required for kerning text characters. To create the AFM and PFA files, IT] Change directories to \FONTWARE. ] Start Fontware by typing BITS 1 (note the space) and pressing .J. [ill Select the typefaces you want and tell Fontware to make PostScript printer fonts. Fontware terminates very quickly, but a new file called FWARE.JOB has been created. In addition, this process creates a \PSFONTS directory (if one does not already exist) in the root directory of drive C (C:\PSFONTS). ] With \FONTWARE as the current directory, type the following command: CVTPSO FWARE.JOB .J This command creates PSO files in C: \PSFONTS for each of your font files. These files are needed for creating the AFM and PFA files. 2-2 Artline Release Note 03 Generating Fonts with BLDAF4 ] With \FONTWARE as the current directory, type the following command: GENAFM01 FWARE.JOB.J This command creates the AFM files in the directory C: \PSFONTS. The directory now contains a PSO file and an AFM file for each of your selected typefaces. ] Change to the \PSFONTS directory and use the operating system RENAME command to change the extension of the PSO files to PFA. RENAME *.PSO *.PFA .J The \PSFONTS directory now contains a PFAfile and an AFM file for each font you want to make. Copy these files to the directory that contains BLDAF4. Copying the Source Files The following example assumes that \PSFONTS is the current directory. The drive identifier ([d:]) is required only if BLDAF4 is on a drive other than the drive on which \PSFONTS is located. COpy *.PFA [d:]\ARTLlNE\CONVERT.J COpy *.AFM [d:]\ARTLlNE\CONVERT.J After you have copied the files to \ARTLlNE\CONVERT, you can delete them from \PSFONTS. BLDAF4 Font File Conversion 2-3 Generating Fonts with BLDAF4 Finding Font Information Each font has an identifying number (font ID) and a weight value (for Roman, Bold, Italic, and Bold Italic) that must be passed as parameters to BLDAF4. To determine the font ID and weight, IT] Change directories to \FONTWARE. ] Type the file FWARE.JOB to the screen (if possible, one page at a time), or use a text editor to read the file. Look for lines that begin "vp=", like the following: vp=/F=ITC Galliard/N=321W=N The N value is the font ID (in this case, 32 for ITC Galliard®) and the W value is the weight. ] Find and note the font ID and weight for each font. NOTE: You do not have to use the font ID and weight given in FWARE.JOB, but it is recommended that you do. If you do not, you run the risk of creating files with duplicate IDs, as described on page 1-9 of the Artline Utilities Guide. Font Weights FWARE.JOB and BLDAF4 use different codes to represent the four possible font weights. The following table lists the FWARE.JOB codes and the corresponding BLDAF4 codes. You must use the BLDAF4 codes when generating fonts. 2-4 font weight FWARE.JOB code BLDAF4code Roman N 0 Bold B 1 Italic I 4 Bold Italic T 5 Artline Release Note 03 Generating Fonts with BLDAF4 Running BLDAF4 Having created the PFA and AFM files and having gathered the font IDs and weights, you can now generate the Artline font files. In addition to the source and destination filenames, BLDAF4 accepts two parameters: o The IN parameter is for the font ID. o The!W parameter is for the font's weight. To generate fonts with BLDAF4, [}] Change directories to \ARTLINE\CONVERT. ] To generate a font file, type a command line in the following form: BLDAF4 CUPQ GALLIARD IN=32 !W=O In this example, BLDAF4 generates an Artline font file called GALLIARD.AF4 from the Bitstream Galliard file CUPQ.PFA. The font has a font ID of 32 (ITC Galliard) and a weight of zero (Roman). ] Repeat the previous step for each additional font, supplying new source and destination filenames, font IDs, and weight codes each time. When you have finished running BLDAF4, copy the new .AF4 files to \ARTLINE\FONTS, start Artline, and add them to the font list using the Font Manager (see Chapter 9 of the Artline User Reference Guide). If the PFA and AFM files are no longer needed, delete them or copy them to a floppy disk and then delete them from your hard disk. BLDAF4 Font File Conversion 2-5 HiJaak File Conversion Utility IJAAK for Digital Research is a utility that converts files created by other applications to a file format that you can open or merge in Artline. You can also use HiJaak to convert Artline files to formats that can be used with other applications, or for raster fax card transmission. H This chapter contains information about the following: o o o basic background on HiJaak and file conversion; how to start and use HiJaak; the HiJaak menus and commands. If you selected the default destination directory during the Artline Setup program, HiJaak was installed in the \ARTLINE\CONVERT directory. Otherwise, HiJaak was installed in the destination directory you specified during Setup. 3-1 File Format Types File Format Types The two basic file formats you can convert are shown in the table below. o 'Vector format stores mathematical descriptions of the lines and curves that make up the shapes and characters in the file. PostScript® is a vector format that uses the PostScript page description language. o Raster (also known as bit image or bit-mapped) format stores the shapes and characters in the file as patterns of dots. source format vector raster GEM, CGM, PIC, WMF, DXF IMG, PCX, TIFF destination format GEM, CGM, PIC, WMF vector EPS, viewable EPS PostScript IMG, PCx, TIFF raster IMG, PCx, TIFF raster NOTE: To convert files so that you can open them in Artline, always choose GEM as the destination file format. 3-2 Artline Release Note 03 Destination File Types Destination File Types Several of the destination file formats are associated with popular software applications. HiJaak refers to a file format as having the "flavor" of a particular application. For example, you could convert your Artline file to the WordPerfect flavor of the CGM format. When converting a file for use with a particular software application, select that application in the destination options dialog or, if the application is not listed, select a compatible application. destination type available application formats GEM Artline 1.0, Artline 2.0, Draw, Presentation TeamTM 2.0, Ventura WMF Arts and Letters, PageMaker, Pixie, Ventura CGM Applause II, Arts and Letters, CALS, Corel, Designer, Draw Applause, Freelance, Harvard Graphics, PageMaker PC, Pixie, WordPerfect TIFF Ami, Artline 2.0, Arts and Letters, Corel, Designer, Freehand Mac, Freelance, Illustrator Mac, PageMaker Mac, PageMaker PC, Paintbrush, PaintShow, Quark Mac, QuickTrace, ScanPro, ScanXpress, Ventura, Word Mac, Word PC, Word Windows, WordPerfect Mac, WordPerfect PC HiJaak File Conversion Utility 3-3 Starting HiJaak Starting HiJaak You can start HiJaak from the operating system command line or from within Artline. From the Command Line To start HiJaak from the command line, J Switch to the disk drive and directory in which you have installed HiJaak.. For example, if HiJaak is on drive D and you chose the default destination directory during Setup, these two commands take you to the directory in which it is installed: D:.J CD \ARTLlNE\CONVERT .J ] Type the following command to start HiJaak: HJD .J 3-4 Artline Release Note 03 Starting HiJaak From Artline To start HiJ aak from Artline,  Display the File menu and choose the To App command. Artline displays the Run Application dialog. Run Application Run r I D: \ARTL INE\CONVERT\HJD • EXE Parameters • Current File Current Image Request •.. None o o o r I Application Type GEM o • D08 0 Full Memory Options ~ Auto-Save Current Picture ~ Return To Artline I OK I I Cancel I ] Click on the Run button to display the Item Selector. Change the directory in the Item Selector to \ARTLINE\CONVERT and double-click on HJD.EXE. I]] Set the Parameters radio button to None. You can select files only within HiJaak; you cannot pass a filename from Artline.  The Application Type should be DOS. If it is currently set to GEM, click on the DOS button. [§] Set the Options (Auto-Save Current Picture and Return to Artline) as you want them. (]] Click on OK to exit the Run Application dialog. The screen goes to black for a moment before HiJaak starts. HiJaak File Conversion Utility 3-5 HiJaak Interface HiJaak Interface Much like the Artline interface, the HiJaak interface consists of menus and dialogs. You choose commands from the menus, and you choose file names and set options in the dialogs. You can work with either a mouse or the keyboard when in HiJaak. Using a Mouse If you do not have a mouse driver loaded, HiJaak displays a dialog to that effect at startup. Simply exit the dialog and use the keyboard. To use a mouse with HiJaak, you must load a Microsoft®compatible mouse driver file like MOUSE.COM or MOUSE.SYS. Using a mouse in HiJaak is similar to using a mouse in Artline. o To choose a command, first click on the menu name to o display the menu, then click on the command name. To select a file from a list box, double-click on its filename. o To choose an option, click on it. o To exit a dialog, click on an exit button or the close box in the upper left corner. Clicking on the close box is the equivalent of clicking on the dialog's Cancel button. o To scroll a list box, click on the arrows, drag the slider, or click in the gray scroll bar on either side of the slider. Using the Keyboard You can use the keyboard to display menus, make selections in dialogs, access HiJaak's Help, and so on. HiJaak divides its dialogs into what it refers to as areas offocus. Each area of focus is identified by a title containing one letter in a contrasting color. For example, in the SELECT FILE TO BE CONVERTED dialog, one area of focus is called "Type," with a white "T." 3-6 Artline Release Note 03 HiJaak Interface These are the keyboard techniques you use in HiJaak: o To move to a specific area of focus, press the Alt key as you type the area's highlighted letter. For example, to switch to the Type area, type Alt-T. o To move from one area of focus to the next, press the Tab key. To move to the previous area of focus, press Shift-Tab. o To select items from a list box, follow these steps: -1 Move the highlight to the list box from which you want to select. -2 Move the highlight bar in the list box by pressing the up-arrow or down-arrow key or, for larger jumps, the PgUp or PgDn key. -3 Select a highlighted type from the Type box by pressing.J. Select a highlighted filename by pressing Alt-S. o To change directories, do either of the following: - Type a full pathname into the text field in the center of the dialog, and press .J. - Move the highlight bar in the file list box to a directory name (indicated by square brackets-[PIX], for example) and press.J. To go up one level in the directory path, highlight the [..J entry and press .J. o To get help on topics, follow these steps: -1 Click on Help in the menu bar, press Alt-H, or click on the Help button at the bottom of a dialog. -2 Press Alt-R to move to the Related Topics area and then use the arrow keys to highlight a Help topic. Press Alt-S to select the topic. Do not press .J to select a topic. If you do, you will exit the Help system without selecting anything. o To exit a dialog and continue the conversion process, press .J or type Alt-O. To exit a dialog and return to the previous dialog, press Esc. HiJaak File Conversion Utility 3-7 HiJaak Interface HiJaak Keyboard and Mouse Functions The following table describes the mouse and keyboard techniques you use in HiJaak. HiJaak Keyboard and Mouse Functions action 3-8 function Tab Moves cursor to next area of focus Shift-Tab Moves cursor to previous area of focus Enter Selects types from Type list box; puts path changes into effect; selects the OK button Esc Same as selecting Cancel Backspace Removes character to left of text cursor Del Removes character to right of text cursor Space Bar Activates current push button, checkbox, or radio button Cursor keys Use the arrow keys and PgUp, PgDn, Home, and End to move the cursor in an edit field (this is used for scrolling list boxes) Alt + key Moves cursor to the next area where letter matches Alt-key sequence you typed Click Click on filenames to select them; click on buttons to activate Double-click Same as choosing a Select or Deselect button. (This is also used for changing the path above list boxes) Press and hold On a scroll arrow-continuously scrolls window text Drag On a scroll bar-scrolls window text rapidly Artline Release Note 03 Using HiJook Help Using HiJaak Help The HiJaak Help system provides complete information about commands and dialog options. Use the Help system whenever you have a question about the technical aspects offile conversion or about the HiJaak interface. To use HiJaak Help, o Click on Help in the menu bar to display the Help Table of Contents dialog. Double-click on a topic in the Help Table of Contents to get help for that topic. r . = = = = = = = = = HIJAAK for DIGITAL RESEARCH ile Convert ========;a Help HIJAAK for DIGITAL RESEARCH HELP SYSTEM Help: Table of Contents W· M.• ,M:e....mmii'3. i 9p;·',i .•• .i.p 1 Conversion Overvieu Selecting Files to Convert Selecting the Output Type Source and Destination Types Source Options Destination Options Advanced Destination Options /1odlfy Settings /1odify Path Load Set File I l' Related Topics < OK > < Cancel >
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