Roger Schreiter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 27 Jan 1998 09:40:33 +0100
is the abbreviation OJ for orange juice typical american english
or does it exist also in british english? (By the way, there is
an equivalent in german: you can say O-Saft or A-Saft for
orange juice or apple (german: Apfel) juice.)
Nevertheless I assume, that almost everywhere in the world
(almost everywhere, but not everywhere, as I learnt now)
readers of the concerning WWW page will understand OJ
as the HP officejet "all-in-one"-product.
A propos hp 850 driver: We just received an e-mail:
> By the way, the ghostscript drivers for the hp 850 work
> quite well (much better than the other deskjet driver) but they aren't
> included in the main distribution of ghostscript. You can get more
> information about these drivers at this address: http://bonk.ethz.ch
Unfortunately I wasn't yet able to load the mentioned WWW page.
Thanks for maintaining this mailing list and for the useful postings and
good luck also for all the other driver developpers!
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