Ignored escape sequences

Hi all:

Printer HP Laserjet P1606dn of professional.

Windows XP-(in a virtual window) in Windows 7.

Try to print to a file .txt from a DOS box in XP using a print program (.exe), which sends sequences of HP PCL escape to the printer for police control, margins, pitch, etc.

Printer responds, but the text of the escape sequence is printed, rather than remaining hidden and followed. The printed text follows, but is unaffected by the printer sent codes.

Any ideas?

"... printer has a USB connection..." »

So, try the following:

b implement a share name (preference of 8 characters or less) for the instance of Windows of the printer.

(b) use the following command before the copy command:

net use LPT1: \\pc-name\share-name

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    4. Paste the URL with escape sequence in link field;
    5. Hit enter or click out;
    6. When I check the link, ironically, is хорошо https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/.

    To stretch more:

    1. Editing a link created successfully (with any success methods above);
    2. Changed its URL (from хорошо https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/ to https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/ плохо)
    3. Hit enter or click out;
    4. When I check the link, it's still хорошо https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/;
    5. Finally edited and changed its URL still once, now remove the Cyrillic (https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki);
    6. Press enter, click out and he finally accepted the URL.

    Pages seems to be denying the creation of links with the URL that contains Cyrillic characters (only?), but exclusively through his little creation of link popup. I think it's a simple problem, but I'm sure it's very annoying.

    Everyone knows the same?

    Cyrillic characters in the range of table encoding UTF-8 code points u + 0400 - u + 04 FF are represented by two bytes. These people must be encoded as a percentage (read the two paragraphs of the current standard of article), as the Pages v5.6.2 will convert automatically URI to this encoding for you in the link Inspector. It will simply ignore what it considers incorrect URI links, they are Cyrillic, or even English.

    Use what is easier for you, and that Pages v5.6.2 accepts.

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