On 2013-05-13 17:09, Marc Paré wrote:
Le 11/05/13 04:17 PM, Steve Edmonds a écrit :
On 2013-05-12 07:18, Marc Paré wrote:
Le 05/05/13 07:04 PM, Steve Edmonds a écrit :
Do you see controls for Landscape? What does it do if you choose it
It is some dicky issue with the Brother driver and LO on Linux. I have
seen some discussion and it is just as easy to print to PDF and print
Actually, I also have a Brother printer and the same fix is to choose
the correct device drive with through LibreOffice.
Print->Properties->Device and choose PostScript Level 3. This fixes
Thanks. It does too. But I can't set this permanently. The settings in
spadmin won't stick.
Yes, Tim and I are not sure if this is a problem with LibreOffice or
with our systems. The device sticks until you exit out of LibreOffice.
If you open LibreOffice again, you have to change the device again. I
wonder if anyone else has this problem where the device defaults to
the wrong one and you have to manually change it each time you open a
fresh version of LibreOffice.
Hi. It's a widely discussed issue for some time.
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