I believe that may be the same issue that has been "bug reported" before.
What version are you using?
I hope the newest version of the 5.0.x line has fixed it.
I know that the 4.4.5 version printer dialog works with Ubuntu Linux. I
first noticed it on the 5.0.x line with a different system running Ubuntu.
For a stop-gap, if the dialog options need adjusting, I either go
directly to the printer's driver default setup dialogs, or export the
document to PDF and then use the PDF document reader to print it out
with the changed settings that are different than the defaults.
On 01/11/2016 03:27 PM, Chas Maitland wrote:
I use a MacBook Pro with OSX 10.11. My printer is HP6520.
When I try to print a document using LibreOffice I cannot change printer setting like black/colour,
two sided etc.
When I select File…Print I get the following dialogue box with the properties button greyed out.
How can I activate the Properties button?
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