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With the CaPSL III command set controller personality, document enhancement with scalable fonts and other special effects is readily available.
Edge Technology encompasses text rendering and font "hinting" techniques - methods for fine-tuning characters - that combine to achieve superior visual results using scalable fonts in a low-memory footprint.
While bitmap fonts require individual sets for each type size and style supported by the device, the iType font engine requires just one scalable font for each style to cover all sizes.
The iType scalable font engine contained in the iType Connects plug-in features enhanced modularity, enabling manufacturers to select capabilities according to device requirements such as screen resolution and memory capacity, as well as a device's intended use.
Although more expensive technologies (such as VGA graphics and high speed CPUs) permit the inclusion of some features not available in our software (such as use of custom typefaces and scalable fonts and the inclusion of graphic images), we determined early in the design of the software to avoid incorporating features that require expensive technologies.
Windows uses True Type scalable fonts which give you what-you-see-is-what-you-get performance, i.
The LQ-570+ and AP-5000+ employ EPSON's ESC/P2 printer control language, that gives users a full range of scalable fonts.
A tech recently released a new package of scalable fonts for DOS-based word processors.
Like Windows, the program contains a host of extras: file management, a clock, calendar, scalable fonts and a collection of games, to name a few.
Some discerning features of these printers are footprints, bitmapped versus scalable fonts and printer control language (PCL).
GeoWorks also provides desktop publishing features that include a nice selection of scalable fonts, exceptional graphics capabilities, multiple-column newsletter layouts, and near typeset-quality output from inexpensive dot-matrix printers.

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