sorry for the long time before I can answer...
On Fri, Jan 25, Martin Fox wrote:
> I have been using vym on Linux for a long time. In 1.10 (starting with the
> RC I think) the printing on my systems seemed to get somehow messed up.
> Often I lose parts of the map (not printed) or the printout is in portrait
> mode even though I told it landscape mode.
> This seems to happen on various machines running SuSE 10.2 & 10.3 (32 and
> 64 bit versions).
> If I print to a (pdf) file the map comes out as expected and then prints
> A kludge but at least I can print my maps.
> Anyone else had this problem? Or have I missed something obvious?
I had some problems in the past, before 1.10...
Our CUPS guy here in SuSE explained to me that they were likely caused
by a broken CUPS implementation in Qt, IIRC. I think I even contacted
Trolltech about it. Could you send me a map where you still have this
problems? I would do some testing then.
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