On 04/03/2014 12:11 PM, James Knott wrote:
What printer are you using? And what printer "driver"? PDF or
Postscript lever 1, 2, or 3?
Which version was the last it worked? The same and now it does not work?
If that is the case, it may be a problem with the config users files.
I don't recall how long ago, as it's been a while since I printed an
envelope. However, it's a Dell 1110 with the Dell 1110 Foomatic/gdi
drivers. However, further testing reveals it may be a printer problem,
as I can print to PDF properly.
I have has issues with a certain printer while other worked fine. The
issue was that the laser printer was "stuck" printing in the 4 page per
sheet mode, but would only print one of the very small pages per sheet,
instead of 4. I never used that mode before. The other printers would
print normally. The only other time was when a printer would bot duplex
print when it did a few days before. Both needed the user config folder
to be recreated. For some reason, sometimes a "gremlin" decided to mess
up one of the config files and I cannot find where it was mess with. So
recreating the folder works. I just then have to add the extensions
needed. No problems there.
I never had any luck with finding a Dell printer driver for Ubuntu, or
at least the ones I have had given to me to "pass on to others if
needed". So I stick with HP and Canon [need to go to the UK site since
the US site does not support Linux].
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