This does not work under Win32s (that is, Windows.1, which doesn't support named registry values).
OS/2 comes with some Adobe Type Manager fonts.
ddointerpolate Turns on image interpolation for all images, improving image quality for scaled images at the sonic 3 knuckles hack expense of speed.Finally, if you have neither ATM nor ATB but you have Adobe Acrobat installed, you can use the Acrobat fonts in place of the ones provided with Ghostscript by adding the Acrobat fonts directory to GS_fontpath and removing these fonts from fontmap : Courier, Courier-Bold.Debugging The information here describing is probably interesting only to developers.Ghostscript currently doesn't do a very good job of deleting temporary files if it exits because of an error; you may have to delete them manually from time to time.
This may be needed if the platform fonts look undesirably different from the scalable fonts.
Alternatively, if you have the zip file, unzip it to a temporary directory then run the included setupgs.
The command line to invoke Ghostscript is essentially the same on all systems, although the name of the executable program itself may differ among systems.
Note that the names are separated by " : " on Unix systems, by " ; " on MS Windows systems, and by ", " on VMS systems, just as for search paths.
If your system uses TrueType fonts, you can get them converted to a Ghostscript-compatible format at the time you select your "printer" by doing the following: Open control panel and double-click on the "Printers" icon.The interpreter reads and executes the files in sequence, using the method described under ".Note that the initialization file gs_ makes systemdict read-only, so the values of names defined with -D, -d, -S, and -s cannot be changed - although, of course, they can be superseded by definitions in userdict or other dictionaries.This file is usually in the lib directory somewhere in the search path.Debug switches The -Z and -T!Equivalent to putting -c quit at the end of the command line.On slow computers this is undesirable, and a different interval can be specified in milliseconds with the -dUpdateInterval option, with a default of -dUpdateInterval5000 ; to disable update, use -dUpdateInterval0.Changing the installed default paper size You can change the installed default paper size on an installed version of Ghostscript, by editing the initialization file gs_.