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Re: [libreoffice-users] Writer Comments Have Faintly Printed Indicator Lines

El vie, 29-05-2020 a las 19:43 -0700, seedpress escribió:
> I’m having an aggravating problem with using a comments feature in
> LibreOffice writer. As you may know, each comment in the right margin
> of the
> document has dashed lines that go out to a “carrot” indicator in the
> main
> body of the document. When I enable the print option “comments in the
> margins,” the printed comments’ dashed lines are too faint and thin
> to read
> easily.
> I can’t find a way to increase the thickness of the dashed lines to
> make
> them more legible. I’ve tried adjusting the font size within the
> comments,
> but the dashed line thickness remains fixed.
> I’m printing with a black-and-white only laser printer. The grayscale
> of the
> printed dashed lines varies according to the color of the comment.
> So, I can
> darken them a little by cycling through the colors and picking a
> darker one.
> That helps readability somewhat, but the dashed comment lines are
> still too
> thin.

Are you, by chance, using a toner-saving mode? I have seen that very
thin lines are affected by dpi and toner-saving mode on my laser

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