sfpspen (2.0-git)
Vplot filter for Postscript.

        sfpspen colormask= red= green= blue= ppi= dumbfat=n color=n force=n forcebw=n force_raster=y rgb=y tex=n hold=n copies=1 corners=y mono=n endpause= cachepipe= shade= wantras= window= frame= overlay= invras= txsquare= serifs= background= redpow=1.0 greenpow=1.0 bluepow=1.0 dither= greyc=1.0 pixc=1.0 txfont= txprec= txovly= xcenter= ycenter= patternmult=1. pause=0 fatmult= rotate=0 txscale=1.0 mkscale=1.0 dashscale=1.0 scale=1.0 xscale=1.0 yscale=1.0 xshift=0. yshift=0. xwmax= ywmax= xwmin= ywmin= fat=0 label= printer= paper= erase= break= interact= style= size=

output is in PostScript language; if not redirected, it is sent to
lpr -Ppostscript (override with $PSPRINTER environment variable.)

bool background= [y/n]

floats blue=
float bluepow=1.0

string break=

bool cachepipe= [y/n]

bool color=n [y/n]
use color
bools colormask=
int copies=1
number of copies
bool corners=y [y/n]
n - remove "corner" group.
float dashscale=1.0

int dither=
dithering to improve raster display, see "man vplotraster"
0 No dither,
1 Random Dither
2 Ordered Dither
3 Minimized Average Error Method
4 Digital Halftoning
bool dumbfat=n [y/n]

bool endpause= [y/n]

string erase=

int fat=0
base line fatness
float fatmult=

bool force=n [y/n]
if y, don't replace colors with their compliments
bool force_raster=y [y/n]
if y, don't replace raster colors with their compliments
bool forcebw=n [y/n]
if y, don't replace black and white colors with their compliments
bool frame= [y/n]

floats green=
float greenpow=1.0

float greyc=1.0
"grey correction" modifies the grey scale used to display a raster to simulate the nonlinearity of displays, see "man vplotraster"
bool hold=n [y/n]
tells the printer to not print the job until you
add paper through the manual feed slot
string interact=

bool invras= [y/n]

string label=
label for pages, default is user name and date
float mkscale=1.0

bool mono=n [y/n]
no color
bool overlay= [y/n]

string paper=

float patternmult=1.

int pause=0

float pixc=1.0
"pixel correction" controls alteration of the grey scale, see "man vplotraster".
float ppi=
pixels per inch
string printer=
what printer to send it to
floats red=
float redpow=1.0

bool rgb=y [y/n]
For figures turned into GEOPHYSICS, use "rgb=no".
int rotate=0

float scale=1.0

bool serifs= [y/n]

bool shade= [y/n]

string size=

string style=

bool tex=n [y/n]

int txfont=

int txovly=

int txprec=

float txscale=1.0

bool txsquare= [y/n]

bool wantras= [y/n]

bool window= [y/n]

float xcenter=

float xscale=1.0

float xshift=0.

float xwmax=

float xwmin=

float ycenter=

float yscale=1.0

float yshift=0.

float ywmax=

float ywmin=