Thanks for reminding about that problem.
On 03/03/2004 12:49:52 PM, Bernd Hahnebach wrote:
> We already had that topic before but there is still something. I am =20
> using gramps 1.0.0.
> Reports --> relationsip graphs --> multiple pages does not work for =20
> me. The report is always printed on one page. Is this feature just =20
> not implemented yet or is it a bug? Or am I off topic because I'm =20
> using not the latest version of gramps?
Yes, I remember you asked that before. Sorry, I know we're guilty of =20
neglect, but I promise that we will look at that when time permits. Don =20
is pretty busy with implementing speedy Generic Tree model for the =20
newly added database backend. I'm mostly busy with hacking on =20
gnomeprint and doing little urgent fixes here and there.
The best thing is to file a bug with our bug tracker system. File it at
and it is best if you have an account on sourceforge.net (get one if =20
you don't have it yet) and post as the logged in user (not anonymous) =20
because we can then communicate our progress/questions back and forth. =20
Post attachments, etc.
> Because I needed to print it on multiple pages (I only have a A4 =20
> printer) I spent time to solve it by myself. The easiest way is just =20
> a ratio =3D auto instead of ratio =3D fill in the dot file basic_report. =
> The better way is it to adjust it by the size keyword (In my case =20
> size=3D"14.6,21.4" for 4 A4 pages).
I see. If you could file these details with the bug, it will be =20
guaranteed to not be overlooked. The emails sometimes slip away, or =20
hide deeply in the threads, so if the issue was not fixed right away =20
the bug report is your best bet.
It seems from your description that the fix should be fairly simple. If =20
you could correct it in the code yourself and post a patch to that bug =20
report page, it would be awesome. Otherwise, hold on a little bit and =20
we'll get it done.
As for the version -- no, 1.0.1 did not have any changes related to =20
Sorry for postponing it, but our busy time now should pay off by great =20
database backend, lightning fast interface, and direct print/preview =20
features. (Hey, a bit of self-advertisement never hurts, does it? :-)
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