If the French person went into that "/etc/papersize" file and made sure
it was listed as A4, then all of the printer drivers in her Debian [or
Debian-based] system will automatically default to A4? Will LO then
default to A4 for the default paper sizes of the printer and document?
Also, have you found any place where you pick up using Postscript
instead of PDF for the default printer language used for all the
printers connected to that system?
Like I stated before, I have only 3 active network printers, and one
that is almost never used, attached to my network and about a half-dozen
Ubuntu/Windows systems to setup to the Postscript printer language over
PDF. So I have it easy. The OP has about 20 printers and who-knows the
number of systems attached to the network. There has to be an easier
way than what I do to make sure the printers use Postscript.
On 07/23/2013 04:17 PM, Peter Maunder wrote:
In an Ubuntu system, the default papersize is held in the /etc/papersize
file. If you set the language to say US, papersize can be set to US Letter
even though the printer default is actually A4. Similarly an English system
in America can be set to A4 although the actual printer is US Letter. It is
the difference between the actual Language setting and the physical printer.
I would always advise you check this setting before setting the LibreOffice
printer defaults. Peter
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