You just may have hit upon something.
I have an older (continually updated Ubuntu on another HDD, its
copy of the same file is slightly larger --- the one with non-printing
bits is a 367.5kb file & the older one is 371.1kb ---- the difference is
only 3.6 kb - but that could just be where the 'wrinkle' is hidden...
Now, well - more likely in the morning after I've slept some,
"ill have to smitch to the other Ubuntu install & try printing from that
file. Really hope that is the cure.
On 01/23/2012 02:54 PM, David S. Crampton wrote:
An idea based on my experience with this type of long-lived document.
Look for a corruption in the file format. Look for an older version
of it (from your archive / backup systems) that might print correctly.
True, this idea comes from experience with M$ products. But the
formats are not so much different. A long document that receives
hundreds of small changes over a period of 1 or 2 years is likely to
acquire a format corruption. One such sign is a difference between the
file size as reported by LibreOffice and the file size as reported by
disk file manager in OS.
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