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Simple User Interface

The RIP Monitor Window
The RIP Monitor Window contains information about each of your jobs along with information about the RIP's current status. In the RIP Monitor Window users can find information on each job including resolution, line screen, dot shape, screen angles and much more. Any issues with a job will also be reported in this window. The RIP stores this data in a logfile in case you need to review the data at a later date.

The Enhanced Output Controller Window and Preview Windows
The Output Controller Window gives users full control over their output. The Output Controller gives you powerful facilities for controlling any jobs processed at the RIP. These include:
• Reprinting without reinterpreting the original page description.
• Changing the order of the jobs or pages to be printed.
• Control over a variety of page characteristics without reinterpreting the page description.
• Aborting any page before it is output.

The Active Queue and Held Queue inside the Output Controller Window can contain a number of items, each representing a page or separation of output data. The Active Queue contains pages which are currently queued for printing. Pages listed at the top of the Active Queue will be printed or output first. The Held Queue contains pages which are being held on your hard disk. The number of items in a queue, together with the amount of disk space they use, is displayed below each queue. If a page is currently being printed, it is shown in the box at the top of the Output Controller between the Active Queue and Held Queue. Users can control what jobs are output by checking or unchecking the disable output checkbox.

The ROAM button allows users to quickly preview jobs before releasing the files from the RIP.

Page Setups
For each output device you will need to configure a page setup. Each page setup at the RIP contains a collection of settings that the RIP uses to process the jobs sent to that partiular page setup. You can have a wide variety of page setups at the RIP. If you wanted to have a page setup that overrides the line screen at 150 LPI and one that overrides the line screen at 200 LPI, you could simply create two separate page setups that contain two different screen rulings. Each of these would then show up as shared inputs on your network that designers could then print to.

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