Take a look at the configuration file:
#Simple Example: Generic HPGL Driver (for HSP Plotters)
#Author - Celso Junior - 2006
#Name of the Machine/Driver
Lasercomb HSP HPGL1 Driver
#Name of the Author (Just for ego feeding :P)
#Machine function or application
Ploter de Desenho, Recorte de Modelos e Fresadora de Contra-Faca
#Extension of the output file
#Horizontal and Verical Sizes of the machine's usefull space
#Initialization and stuff. Fill with the needed values for feedrate for eg.
#In case the machine needs to have a line number (put "yes" or "no")
#Only if you answered "yes" in the parameter above. In GCoded machines,
#when required it, use "N" as numbering character
#Again, just in case of line-numbering. This time, put the increment of each
# line, so they can be manually added in case of something goes wrong. Eg: 5 for
# N5 ... N10 .... N15 ... stepping
#If is needed a special caracter for each command to separate them, describe
#Some machines uses values that differ from milimmeters (supercam's default unit)
#put the convertion factor
#Answer "yes" if, when the machine is moving, the values are relative to the
# last command position. If absolute values are used, put "no"
#Same as the precessor. This time, when tracing lines
#Same thing, but now for the arc tracing (X,Y,I and J are affected)
#If you need to write down the "X" coordinate caracter on the output file,
#just type how it must appear (in most cases: "X")
#Same deal, now for the "Y" coordinate
#Same on..."Z" coordinate in almost machines is the tool's high
#Same on..."I" coordinate means the "X" center of the arc
#Same on..."I" coordinate means the "y" center of the arc
#Command block to when the tool must just move from one place to another,
#Command block to when the tool must be activated (see toolxxactivation) and
#the line traced
#Same deal, but for the clock-wise arc
#Now, for the counter-clock-wise arc
#The sequences for each of the 8 tools supported.
#A block command for tool selection, tool activation (when is up to trace) and
#tool desactivation . Supercam always uses last tool's desactivation block,
#then tool selection and tracing block until the tool needs to move or be
#The colors the file must have to separate the tools.
#Identify wich tool are enabled writing it's name.
#Usefull too if the name describes the tool's function
#If you want to separate tool by line thickness, then write down each
#thickness that must be considered, overriding color information
#(use 0 to not override the color). Usefull to have mixxed settings)
# Use the points (pt) as unit.
#If setted "yes" this option will group the sequence of tracing by tool.
#If applies in the predecessor options, the sequence of the grouped lines must
#respect this parameter.
#if the machine needs to be shutted down or return to zero point,
#write the commands here.
#Now, if you need a special ascII code to be outputted, then put their
#codes (in decimal) below. They will be reffered as $E1, $E2 ... $En.
#This is the end of your SuperCam Settings! Congratulations!