PitStop 2019 is announced, it's that time of year again.
by DigiCorn March 25, 2019, 04:25:16 PM
The tech fiddled with the sleep timer. That doesn't seem to control whether it wakes up or not when you send a job to it. Whether it's sent direct from somebody's program or through CWS, it won't wake up until you go physically press the button on the control panel to wake it up. CWS even gives me a message with the red alert stripe telling me the machine's sleeping.
I wonder if they 180 has some different software controlling it. I can say without a doubt that if I drop a PDF in CWS, set it all up and click print it wakes up my 2100 and prints it. I do not need to push the button or anything on the control panel. CWS will show the machine is asleep as well but it does not stop it from being woken up by a job processing and printing.
Text looks fine before we process it. Original is RBG black, but we run it through Prinergy to Grayscale, and the PDF looks a bit fuzzy when "Fit to Window", but zooming in looks ok. CSR is worried what the customer is going to say.
I might have time later this week to have a play and help you out.
Can you upload a screenshot of what your imagining it to look like?
See it happen before.
If it does return a percentage of said color, then it's make selections by quadrant/grid until I find the damned color & then convert it anyway.
– Manually place the "good words" in the search grid first then
– Have all of the "filler blocks" be populated with a single character from say an Excel file, randomly generated by maybe a Formula in Excel, or from a site then imported into the Excel sheet
The most tedious part would be getting Step 1 done, and if there's a few hundred to do I'm nit sure it's possible to get it done by hand and be profitable.