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Hi,

i am playing around with the lp5250d and scs2ps programs and found a (minor) 
bug. The german special chars (and maybe others) are not escaped properly. In 
the PostScript language the chars must be encoded as a command (see 
http://www.mathematik.uni-ulm.de/help/pstut/exam2/19.html for an example).

I hope i understand the code good enough to say that the problem lies in 
scs2ps:scs2ps_printchar(). Maybe just adding an if clause to match these 
chars and map them by a switch/case would help. 

Greetings
  Peter Turczak

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