This sounds to me to be less of a "fail" than a limitation, unless LO
advertises that Impress will write a PostScript file format. Then it
could be called a "fail" and should have a bug report submitted on it.
To get you going if you really must have PostScript, you might try
pstoedit, a vector file format converter. http://www.pstoedit.net/ It
may convert (external to LO) a PDF file to a PS file for you. I use it
to convert a PostScript CAD drawing for printing to a DXF CAD drawing
for editing in LibreCAD and it works fine for that. There may be other
converters out there.
On 05/22/2017 09:34 AM, tedc wrote:
Using LibreOffice 188.8.131.52 under CentOS 7.x. Impress can only print to a
printer or to a PDF. Even though I specify printing to a Postscript file
File / Print / Options / Print to file
General / Properties / Device / Printer language type / Postscript (level
then specify the file name as
the result is always a PDF. This is a big fail.
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