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In a message dated 7/22/01 9:26:49 PM, email@example.com writes: << I just printed the Photodisk target at 7x10 inches and 360 ppi (25.2 MB) on my 1270 (Mac G4/450, USB hub, Background Printing on). It took 15 seconds to spool and 10:53 to print. I used 1440 dpi and High Speed off, but with the Automatic setting. I don't know if that makes any difference. >> I did a test tonight. using a 15mb test file, printed to 8x10 took 5.5 seconds to spool and 11:17 to print. This was on a Mac Power Center Pro with a 450mhz G3 card. The spooling drives are a stripped pair of Seagate Cheetahs. I was also able to print the same file to the 1270 and to an 870 at the same time. The 1270 took 11:25 to print and the 870 took 12:40 while both printers were printing simultaniously. - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.
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