On 05/10/2013 09:07 AM, Cor Nouws wrote:
Malcolm Moore wrote (10-05-13 09:41)
Somehow I have changed my printer settings to use the bypass tray and
for the life of me I can't work out how to get it to go back to auto
I tried setting it in spadmin but the LO apps ignore it
I tried removed ~/.config/libreoffice and that doesn't work
LibreOffice typically does this in the page styles.
Format > Page opens the settings for the page style used in the
current page. On the tab called Page there is that setting.
I would know of no way (apart from automating) to change the setting
for all documents and such.
When the setting is changed for all your new documents, then you may
have to set/change the default template.
How did you "change you printer settings"?
Did you set the "Properties > Paper > Paper Tray" or did you set it
through the openSUSE's version of Ubuntu's "System > Administration>
Printing"and sent the printer's options there?
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