ERROR: limitcheck. OFFENDING COMMAND: image. I believe this implies an out -of-memory situation — but nothing has changed in the. When I print a photo out of iPhoto I will get an Error Message (see Subject). But when I export the same photo, then I could print it with any other. (Mac) When I try to print a Word-document I get the following error printed on a piece of paper: error: limitcheck offending command.

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To begin troubleshooting, locate the error type and offending command in the “PostScript Error Types” and the “PostScript Offending Commands” parts of this document. Do you receive the error from more than one application?

Or, it could be damaged or contain a problem element for example, a damaged graphic. If the same problem occurs from wrror than one application, the cause is most likely a problem at the system level.

If this is the case, you should replace all those fonts with a fresh copy from the original disks. November 11, at 4: I’m using a Xerox WorkCentre with the Postscript driver.

If you find a likely culprit, you can delete the graphic, reimport it, save it in different format, or simplify offfnding for example, reduce its dpi.

Select the General tab, select Printing Preferences, and frror click Advanced. To troubleshoot a PostScript error, isolate when the problem occurs to determine if it is a system-level, application-specific, file-specific, or element-specific problem.


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I was trying to resolve other minor printing issues that would occasionally creep up. The device receives small jobs only, or its driver appears only intermittently in the Chooser in Mac OS. Ask a question Reset. Reinstalling was easy, the printer was easily found when I initiated adding a printer this was on Mac OS Mojave. The device doesn’t receive any data, so nothing happens.

If the problem occurs only from one application, see the “Isolating Application-Specific Problems” section.

Troubleshoot PostScript errors

Do you have any clue what is going on? General solutions Reduce the complexity of the file: I had the same problem. If an element that causes the problem is text or an element you created in the application, re-create the element. The following error types indicate that something exceeds the PostScript interpreter’s memory or a PostScript language limit: Example of a PostScript error: We were told that the RIP software was not fully compatible with the OS version we had limmitcheck recommended is System 7.

Error: limitcheck Offending Command: image – Apple Community

Feb 4, Many PostScript error messages readily indicate the conmand of a problem. Send your page without including the images to see whether images are causing the problem. It offendint spitting out pages non stop with this error. Or, export it from a different application, or simplify it so that it requires less memory.

The offending command is the last command the PostScript interpreter tried to process, “def,” which defines a new word in the dictionary. Actually i have this issue as well.


Make sure that it prints from that application, and then reimport the graphic. I have no problems printing them with the HP Color Laser Printer from the file kor from the website.

Apr 28, 1: Otherwise you will need to experiment with updating or swapping your print driver lanugage. Posted on Jan 7, 4: This commajd a good article about Postscript limitcheck errors.

If the error doesn’t occur, the commsnd file is damaged. If you print to an older PostScript printer or one that uses a PostScript emulator for example, a LaserMaster or LexMark printerit possible it doesn’t recognize newer PostScript code.

Troubleshoot PostScript errors

You can also try printing the file to a printer with more memory. Unfortunately, the problem still existed, and a new problem developed. Other types of prints are fine and printing photos are fine to other printers. Damaged fonts, damaged system files, damaged printer drivers, insufficient hard disk space, network commanr, or hardware problems commonly cause system-level problems. It seems to be a problem with iPhoto but I can’t find any solution or update.

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