The Errors page of the Console notebook documents any errors, font problems and warnings.
When a potential problem is detected, the Errors page is displayed and warning buttons are placed on the Tool bar. A red warning button indicates a problem such as a missing font or unknown PCL command; an amber button warns of a less serious error such as printing going beyond the page bounds.
|•||Click a warning triangle button to display the Errors page of the Console notebook.|
If the problem is one that you can ignore, uncheck the Show check-box to hide the Errors display for your current session. Clicking a warning button re-displays the Errors page.
If you are Running EscapeE in a narrow window, pick up the side edge of the Tools panel and drag it down and across the Tool bar so that it fits below the Menu panel. This will ensure that the buttons will be kept in view.
When paging through a long document, move the Console notebook to the bottom right-hand corner of the window. Drag its borders to resize it to fit the unused space: the Console remains in view but does not obscure the view of the page.
The following topics give more detail on specific errors:
Errors found on the RT.INI file are logged in the escapee.log: see EscapeE configuration symbols.
A # character in the numeric part of a PCL command is ignored but a warning is given.