In the referenced article, george at immuno.esam.nwu.edu (George Johnson) writes:
>>The directory /ps contains PostScript files that reflect all the sequence
>data in the Kabat database. These files may be printed or viewed on
>equipment supporting the PostScript format. The files, when printed,
>resemble the printed version of the 5th edition of Sequences of Proteins
>of Immunological Interest. These files though are up-to-date and will
>remain up-to-date as needed. For those familiar with the printed version
>of the book, a few alterations in the reference portion of each amino
>acid file will be seen.
These Postscript files are meant to be printed on legal sized paper
which is is about 14 inches long. To reduce them so that they can be
printed on A4 paper, load the Postscript files as plain text into your
Find the line with ...
/fs 7 def
Change the number to 6.3
The find the line with
/vtop 72 13.35 mul def
and replace the 13.35 with 11.5
If you do this editing in a word processor, make sure that you
save it as a plain text file. The numbers in these two lines
may not be exactly the same for all of the Postscript files.
I've only looked at a couple of them. Whatever they are,
reduce them to make come out smaller.
If you use vi, then the following two commands should work ...
:1,$s/\/fs 7 def/\/fs 6.30 def/
:1,$s/^\/vtop 72 13.35 mul def$/\/vtop 72 13.35 mul/
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