From: Jeremy C. Reed <reed@re...> - 2004-10-06 03:14:22
I wanted to print landscape pages.
I could choose layout of landscape and I could also choose paper size to
reflect landscape size but printing always came out in normal and a lot of
my image was chopped off.
If I got it to print in landscape mode, then my image or text would be
printed wrong direction.
My only solution was to rotate my text or image objects 90 degrees (on the
display). But that made it hard to read and use for text entry.
This was with inkscape-0.38.1.
I looked in the FAQ and searched the bug tracker but no note of it. I was
unable to get to CVS to find a changelog to review (blame that on
Please consider placing a changelog linked from front page or close by. If
it is there, please point me to it.
Anyways, my question is: how can I print to landscape mode while my
display accurately shows my work without having to turn my head sideways?
I am not on this list; please post if moderated. And please CC me on
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p.s. Anyone use pkgsrc? I will import the new version of inkscape into
On Tue, 2004-10-05 at 20:14, Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
> Anyways, my question is: how can I print to landscape mode while my
> display accurately shows my work without having to turn my head sideways?
> I am not on this list; please post if moderated. And please CC me on
I think that this is fixed by Wolfi in CVS. Also the Debian version has
had this patch applied to it. The patch is in the patch tracker:
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