Printing with EPSON Stylus RIP for Macintosh
Now you're ready to print a PostScript document from the
print server or a client Macintosh. See the following section for
To make starting Stylus RIP easy and to allow you to drag and drop
PostScript files for printing, create an alias of the StylusRIP Server
program on your desktop. Click the StylusRIP Server icon and select
Make Alias from the File menu. Then drag the alias icon to your
desktop. See page 2-15 for instructions on drag and drop printing.
Printing from an Application
When you want to print PostScript documents, you must first
start the Stylus RIP Server software, and then leave it running.
In most situations, you should leave it active until you shut
down your Macintosh.
To set up the Stylus RIP Server software so it starts automatically
each time you turn on or restart your Macintosh, see page 2-14.
Then, when you send a PostScript print job from your
application to the Stylus RIP Server, it processes the PostScript
file into a raster image and prints it on your printer. If you send
the job from a client Macintosh on a network, the Stylus RIP
Client software sends it to the print server Macintosh for
Before printing from an application, make sure the Stylus RIP
Server software is set up and running.
If you're printing from a client system, you don't need to have
the Stylus RIP software on your Macintosh. Just make sure
Stylus RIP is running on the server and
is selected in
the client Macintosh's Chooser before you print. See page 2-5