Lasertalk featured online documentation, interactive display of status, and the ability to display a rasterized preview of the PostScript-generated page(s) that will be printed.
Emerald City Software first unveiled Lasertalk for Macintosh at Macworld Expo 1988 in San Francisco. A Windows version was released in October of that year. After acquiring Emerald City Software, Adobe included Lasertalk as part of its Adobe SDK for the PostScript developers group in the Adobe Developers Association.
- ↑ Adobe Systems completes acquisition of Emerald City Software, Computer Business Review. 1990-03-26.
- ↑ New' easy way to use PostScript language, Commercial News USA vol.10, no.4, p.30. 1988-06.
- ↑ New Software: Lasertalk Development System by Greg Scott, University of Michigan Computing News, vol.3, no.4, p.11. 1988-02-24.
- ↑ Emerald City to Ship A Windows Version Of Lasertalk program by Bob Ponting, InfoWorld p.19. 1988-10-31.
- ↑ postscript, Current version of Mac LaserTalk on Adobe SDK, Computer Programming Forum. 1999-11-15.
- A Debugger for the PostScript Language: 3.4 LaserTalk (p.9) by Michael A. Harrison and Fred Meyer at the University of California, Berkeley (PDF, 1991-04-29)
- Inside PostScript: PostScript Tools (p.2-4) by Frank Merritt Braswell at Systems of Merritt (1989-03)
- PostScript FAQ: How to debug a PostScript program? at WikiBooks
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