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On 02/04/2014 05:52 AM, Tinkerer wrote:
I am using a Mac and LO
LO stays on the page printed, but and I think this is what you also find,
the Print menu reverts to page one.
If so, I don't think this is an LO problem as the print routine does this
whatever application you are in.


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This might be connected with the fact that the print menu does not "display" a thumbnail of the current page you are on, in the print dialog [4.1.4 Ubuntu]. This is not the case with other packages, and I do not remember if this was the case with the 4.0.6 version.

So if the thumbnail in the print dialog defaults to page 1 and not the current page, that may be connected to which page is "bookmarked" in the system to go back to when done with printing.

You use to be able to, for Ubuntu, choose from two print dialog menus, "standard and LO. I had to choose LO's dialog to fix some duplex printing issues for an earlier version. Now you only had a choice whether or not you want to use the "standard" or the LO dialogs for the load/save options. That printing dialog choice was on Ubuntu, but not Windows.

Hopefully, this "bug" will be fixed in the later 4.1.x versions and the print menu display would show the current page with the 4.2.x line. That would be ideal for me. I am waiting for a later version of 4.2.x before I upgrade to it from the 4.1.x line. I went from 4.0.6 to 4.1.4 and jumped over the earlier 4.1.x versions. This is my habit to wait with the current line's .4 to .7 till the new line gets to .4 or .5, most time that is.

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