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I've reported the same bug myself with respect to labels and having the printer mess up the colours on all pages past the first. It's been around for a long time but the developers deny that it occurs. I don't know how they do their testing but I've had the problem with Debian and Ubuntu printing to different documents to different printers. I have no trouble recreating it.

On 11/10/14 01:08 PM, Heinrich Stöllinger wrote:
A long time ago (REALLY long ago!) I complained that LO does not print serial letters correctly. I think I also filed a bug report with (in MY opinion!) the right test data. I just tried to print such serial letters again today. Unfortunately the problem still exists. As you can maybe see from the enclosed pdf-file, only the FIRST letter prints correctly, while ANY letters after the first one miss out lines of text (e.g. the place and date near the top on the right), drawn lines (near the bottom). Even though I use a MySQL database as "supplier" of DB-fields,
I don't think this has anything to do with Base.
It should be easy enough to put together a test for this issue, but I include the respective .odt-file in any case. Again, I don't think a DB-table is necessary for testing.

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