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EGSPrint - Graphic dumping program for EGS and native Amiga
Dietmar Heidrich firstname.lastname@example.org
This program prints the contents of the frontmost screen, no
matter what depth it has or if it's a true EGS screen or a
screen of an EGS workbench emulation. This even works if
there's no EGS at all or if the screen has a colour resolution
of 24 bits (but then, only 12 bits are printed as the printer
device supports no more than that).
EGSPrint needs a lot of memory, especially for EGS screens.
EGSPrint needs EGS version 6 or higher. Verify that you have
the file "EGS:egsclasses/PlaneMap12.class". Printing occurs on
the standard Workbench printer.
Enhanced Graphics System Version 6 or higher. "PlaneMap12.class".
EGS, the Enhanced Graphics System, is a high-performance 24 bit
true colour window system for the Commodore Amiga computers.
It's the first system that brings 24 bit drawin capabilities to
the Amiga. A demo version of EGS for the native Amiga chipset
is available on AmiNet. EGS is available for a lot of graphics
boards, among them EGS Spectrum, Piccolo and EGS 110.
AmiNet servers, e.g.
The usage of this program is similar to the system program GraphicDump.