Fellow LibreOffice users -
I am running LO on a Mac, OSx 10.7.5 and the printer is a HP 960C Deskjet.
There are no native OSx drivers for the 960C so I've loaded drivers from
Guten Print, Hpijs and also an HP 9800. All three work fine with every OSx
app including OpenOffice 3.4.1. In LO the print dialog does not use the
normal OSx dialog that every other app uses, but has its own. That dialog
does not allow me to select Dual sided printing or Print Quality other than
Draft, among other missing, but not so important settings. Is there any way
around this? Why does LO do its own thing and not use the normal dialogs? I
have to have OpenOffice installed just to print properly. Very wasteful of
time and resources.
LO has fixed a number of things that are not fixed in OO so I'd much rather
use LO all the way, except for this one issue.
Thanks for any help.
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