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SavaPage printer supports a number of common file types out of the box as summarized in Table G.1, “Standard Printable File Types”.
Non-embedded fonts in original or produced PDF documents are subject to Font Substitution.
Portable Document Format
DRM protected PostScript is rendered for ProxyPrinting only. See Section 12.7, “Printing Encrypted PDF”.
XML Paper Specification
Hypertext Markup Language
CSS 2.1 is fully supported.
Graphic Interchange Format
For Animated GIF each image is rendered separately.
Portable (Public) Network Graphic
Scalable Vector Graphics
Tagged Image Format File
Multi-page tiff is supported.
[a] XML Forms Architecture (XFA) is a proprietary format for forms introduced by Adobe in PDF 1.5 that is not compatible with ISO 32000's AcroForms feature. Most PDF processors do not handle XFA content. The XFA specification is referenced from ISO 32000-1 / PDF 1.7 as an external proprietary specification, and was entirely deprecated from PDF with ISO 32000-2 (PDF 2.0).
Table G.1. Standard Printable File Types
The Default Paper Size, as shown in Figure 4.110, “Admin Web App: Options - Default Paper Size”, is used as the paper size for the printed document of a Printable File Type which itself does not have a document structure with a clearly defined page size. These types typically include HTML, TXT and images.
XML Paper Specification (XPS) is an XML based electronic paper format originally developed by Microsoft to serve as a PDF alternative. XPS files are usually created using "Microsoft XPS Document Writer" in a Windows environment.
SavaPage uses the xpstopdf command from the
libgxps package to convert XPS documents to PDF format. Check if this
package is installed by entering the command:
On Debian based systems you can install the package with the command:
sudo apt-get install libgxps-utils
Before XPS to PDF can be used it must be enabled. See Figure 4.112, “Admin Web App: Options - Converters”.