On 23/12/14 15:05, CVAlkan wrote:
That's odd. In LO 4.3.5 on my Opensuse setup, and earlier ones as I
recall, the choice of LO versus OS dialogs doesn't affect whether the
PDF or Postscript option appears under the device tab of print
properties. I'll have to check on other systems I have access to in
order to see there is a difference.
One thing I've just noticed is that under Tools-Options-Print, it's
possible to deselect PDF and the standard print format, and then the
printers default to postscript. Very useful when dealing with oddities
of HP drivers.
One thing you didn't mention is that the option you are specifying is only
available if the "Use LibreOffice Dialogs" is chosen under Options (cf my
earlier post, and why I think the choice of printing dialogs is an important
thing to mention when reporting printing issues).
I must say I had never noticed that pdf/postscript option before (probably
because I use the O/S printing dialogs just to keep consistent with other
apps I regularly use, so that option doesn't appear), and I look forward to
seeing whether and how switching to to Postscript changes the behavior I
I notice that there are several options for Postscript (PS Levels 1, 2 & 3,
and PS from Driver). I assume that you are suggesting to use "PS from
Driver." My HP 6700 is pretty new, but do you have any recommendation or
thoughts regarding that choice?
I just use postscript from driver. Since it worked for me, I've not felt
any urgent need to explore the others, though I certainly would if there
were still problems.
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