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Have you tried exporting to Pdf first?  There is a ton of settings in
the dialogue-box so that you can set the compression
 type and amount, the dpi of images and soem tick-boxes that might be
worth playing with.

As I wrote: the exported PDF prints in good quality.

My aim is *not* generate a PDF, but to use PDF as printer language, as
this is the default for CUPS now. I  do not see how the export-settings
should interfere here-

Schönen Gruß - Regards
Hartmut Goebel
Dipl.-Informatiker (univ.), CISSP, CSSLP

Goebel Consult 
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