Display PostScript


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Display PostScript

An extended form of PostScript permitting its interactive use with bitmap displays.
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Display PostScript

The graphics language used in the NeXT machine. It migrated to the Macintosh as of OS X in the form of Display PDF. Display PostScript is the screen counterpart of the PostScript printer language. It translates elementary commands in an application to graphics and text elements on screen. See Display PDF and graphics language.
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Display PostScript has been licensed for the NeXT machine, IBM's new RT workstations, and DEC's Ultrix systems; it may become a component of the OSF Motif environment as well.
It includes Display PostScript, a new version of Adobe's graphics display language that allows real-time display of images in PostScript format, identical to laser printer output.