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For reports concerning this particular problem, which I can assure you has in
fact existed since about the 4.2 flavor of LO, you should also list whether
you are using the Operating System printing dialogs or the LibreOffice
printing dialogs. Tools | Options | LibreOffice | General and in the "Print
Dialogs" section, whether or not the box "Use LibreOffice Dialogs" is

Each has its own "quirks" with double sided printing and I've experienced
enough inconsistent behavior that I'm convinced there's some bad bytes in
there somewhere. Unfortunately, I use double-sided printing for "Real Work"
and don't usually have the time to fiddle with it - I just, as you seem to
do - export to pdf and print from there.

I use Ubuntu 14.04 LTS with several flavors of LibreOffice (though limited
to 4.3 and 4.4 variations) and of course have my printers (all HP) set up
through CUPS. Other printing-related quirks have appeared in LO that I don't
recall seeing in the 3.x versions, so if enough folks provide situational
clues when they run across these printing issues (and include which dialogs
are in use along with the usual OS and LO versions), maybe we can come up
with some repeatable sequence that a developer can use to review the code

Just my two cents ...

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