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Charles Green Charles Green
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Print configuration issue

LibreOffice 5.0.2.2 + Ubuntu-Gnome 15.10

Since the upgrade to Ubuntu 15.10, I can no longer control paper size
and orientation from the File->Print Setup -> Options

Has anyone else seen this issue?


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Spencer Graves-2 Spencer Graves-2
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Re: Print configuration issue



On 10/25/2015 11:07 AM, Charles Green wrote:
> LibreOffice 5.0.2.2 + Ubuntu-Gnome 15.10
>
> Since the upgrade to Ubuntu 15.10, I can no longer control paper size
> and orientation from the File->Print Setup -> Options
>
> Has anyone else seen this issue?


       I had problems controlling orientation with 4.5.0.0alpha+ under
Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite.  I printed to pdf then printed the pdf ;-)  
That problem disappeared for me with upgrade to 5.0.0.5.


       Hope this helps.
       Spencer
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krackedpress krackedpress
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Re: Print configuration issue

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On 10/25/2015 12:07 PM, Charles Green wrote:
> LibreOffice 5.0.2.2 + Ubuntu-Gnome 15.10
>
> Since the upgrade to Ubuntu 15.10, I can no longer control paper size
> and orientation from the File->Print Setup -> Options
>
> Has anyone else seen this issue?
>
>

I run Ubuntu with MATE added - not the Ubuntu Mate distro.
I have not seen that issue with 15.10 and LibreOffice 5.0.2[?]

Of course, I tend to setup the page in LO and then I do see a problem
with the printer controls in the print menu.  I have the issue there
where I cannot switch out Letter size[defined in the document] and
Borderless Letter size, for better poster/sign printing.

I tend to export to a PDF document and then use its printer menus for
the needed paper.

So I have not seen orientation issues, but the ability to change the
paper's type within LO and Ubuntu 15.10 [with MATE installed from the
repositories and not using the Ubuntu/MATE distro].  I upgraded from
15.04 on that system.





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steveedmonds steveedmonds
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Re: Print configuration issue

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Hi.
As in the choices aren't there or the choices you make have no effect.
I have to select postscript output rather than PDF in the printer device
settings to print any variable orientation/size.
Steve

On 2015-10-26 05:07, Charles Green wrote:
> LibreOffice 5.0.2.2 + Ubuntu-Gnome 15.10
>
> Since the upgrade to Ubuntu 15.10, I can no longer control paper size
> and orientation from the File->Print Setup -> Options
>
> Has anyone else seen this issue?
>
>


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