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I wonder if it would change again with the 3.6.4 version.
Are you using the Mageia repository version of LO or the LO site download?

Manual feed, or tray feed?

I know that LO can have some printer setting issues that other software [like default PDF reader] do not. My problem is duplexing. Would the Envelope feeding be a similar issue? Also, why do you need to use left or right side of the feeder? My HP laser printers use a center-feeding option for envelopes.

On 12/13/2012 08:42 PM, anne-ology wrote:
        Odd that the printer settings should change -

On Sun, Dec 9, 2012 at 1:34 PM, Maurice Batey <> wrote:

I have a 'long-envelope' file that I use fpr printing out envelopes with
my address on the left and an addressee box on the right.

Using LO 3.4.5 under Mandriva 2010.2 I insert the blank envelope on the
RIGHT-hand side of the printer (HP5150) paper feed. Works fine.

Using LO under Mageia-2 and the same envelope file, I have to
insert the blank envelope on the LEFT-hand side of the same printer's
paper feed.

Not a problem, but can anyone suggest an explanation  for the
difference, please?

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