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On 06/27/2012 04:32 PM, webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote:
On 06/27/2012 07:15 PM, NoOp wrote:

LO is the only package that will not print duplex with the Artisan 
printer.  ALL other packages that print use Ubuntu's menu system for the 
printer.  LO seems to use their own.

But, LO will duplex with the HP laser printer.

if it is the drivers, and not LO, then tell my why it is only LO that 
give me this problem?

I don't have to tell you anything. I'm offering a suggestion based upon
my newly discovered issue with Ubuntu 12.04 & an Epson Workforce 635. If
you are going to get snotty about it, then you can PO... I've better
things to do with my time.

. Printing from LO now that I've resolved my issue:
File|Print|General|click printer|click 'Properties'|Paper:Duplex:On'
works for me. Previously all options to select Two-Sided/Duplex were
greyed out. YMMV with your printer.

Thunderbird, Firefox, and other packages that use the Ubuntu printer 
menu all will duplex just fine for the Artisan, but LO will not.

That wasn't clear to me in the OP.

I have not tried duplexing with the Ubuntu 12.04/MATE laptop, but I 
rarely use it with anything that needs printing.

This is the driver that I use with 10.04 since I needed to install it 
manually, but 12.04 went after its own.


And that is the driver you select in your print setup? (it's a basic
question as some click the first/only driver and don't bother to check
to see if they are actually selecting the individually installed driver
- or select the gutenprint etc. Anyway it's worth a double check).


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