(I'm the one who posed this question on 3/22/99 and am now trying again to get it to work.)
I'm using the latest Vedit Plus, 5.20.4, and am trying to send printer control codes, such as Control-O for condensed, to a dot-matrix printer, so I don't have to "cheat" and use the Vedit DOS 4.15 product instead.
I'm in NT 4, with a selected printer of Generic/Text. Normal text prints OK.
To send the Control-O I insert the 015 from the Ascii table, and if printed from the DOS Vedit, does the condensed function.
But, using "Raw" from the print dialog box of Vedit Plus 32-bit, or the equivalent 1024 Print Mode, just gets a "@" from the printer, rather than a print code.
The Default Datatype Print Processor for Generic/Text is RAW, which is not supposed to alter the job at all, so where does the Control-O get converted to something else?