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Broaden your selection: Category/Printing
- Gcover is application for GNOME to create CD Covers. This is not a Front-End.
- Gimp-Print is a suite of printer drivers that may be used with most common *NIX print spooling systems, including CUPS, lpr, LPRng, or others. These drivers provide high quality printing for *NIX and GNU systems, and can be used for many of the most demanding printing tasks. See http://gimp-print.sourceforge.net/p_Supported_Printers.php3 for a full list of supported printers.
- 'gnome-print' is an API that implements the Postscript imaging model. applications. There are two extensions to the Postscript imaging model support gnome-print: Alpha channel support and anti-aliasing. 'gnome-print' includes a rasterizing engine that transforms the requests into bitmaps for native drivers. Various drivers are provided underneath this API; the current version of GNOME print ships with a Postscript driver, a PDf driver, a metafile driver used mostly for compound documents, and a generic bitmap driver. Other featrues include a Gtk+ based printer dialog box that can be customized by apps, and a consisten print preview system.
- GtkLP for CUPS
- GTK LP for CUPS is a frontend for the lpr that comes with CUPS. It is written to make it easy to use nearly all the options from CUPS without knowing them by name. For print-admins, there is also an pretty simple queue tool implemented.
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