[linux-audio-user] Magnifying LilyPond output by using landscape mode?

Mario Lang mlang at delysid.org
Tue Mar 22 17:40:33 EST 2005

Arnold Krille <arnold at roederberg.dyndns.org> writes:

> On Tuesday 22 March 2005 19:45, Mario Lang wrote:
>> Arnold Krille <arnold at roederberg.dyndns.org> writes:
>> > Without a solution for your problem:
>> > On Tuesday 22 March 2005 17:58, Mario Lang wrote:
>> >> P.S.: In case you're confused after reading this, I am blind, and
>> >> tactile print is the only way for me to access graphical content right
>> >> now.
>> > How are you doing this? With a matrix printer? Is the cardridge still
>> > inside and filled, or are your printouts invisible for non-tactile
>> > persons? (Basic encryption ;-) )
>> No, I use a Picture In A Flash by Quantech:
>> http://www.quantech.com.au/products/quantum_products/tactile/piaf.htm
>> You use a special type of paper, print on it with a normal
>> laser printer (or write on it with a pencil and some special ink) and
>> put it through the PIAF later.  Its really a hyper-cool thing!
> Crazy.
> Just to give perhaps others a way of reproducing your results/tests without 
> such possibly expensive machines: Would it work with a matrix printer?


You can buy a PIAF for about $1000 or so.


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