[digiKam-users] matter in switching printer and print from AppImage
caulier.gilles at gmail.com
Thu May 2 06:13:52 BST 2019
I just checked the AppImage build log, and especially the Qt 5.11.3
configuration before compiling, and CUPS support is well enabled. So
printing support is compiled in ApppImage. A printing system is
located in Qt.
The difference with the digiKam AppImage < 6.1.0 is the Qt version.
preview digiKam version used Qt 5.9.7. So switching to 5.11.3 is a big
step and it's not the last one (5.12.2)
Le lun. 29 avr. 2019 à 15:47, Nicolas Boulesteix
<nico.boulesteix at gmail.com> a écrit :
> I recently try to print some picture on my Epson Wifi connected R3000 from the Digikam 6.1 appimage on Ubuntu 18.04 64bits, but unsuccessfully.
> In the past, with earlier repository, ppa or builded version of Digikam, I could print, even if, I remember the printer should be set as default because having to switch giving some issues, but now, when I try to print something, nothing happens.
> I guess there's may be a matter for the switching of printer to be take into account, as initially, the selected printer is always the "print to PDF" one (I print from the editor), and when I switch to my printer, the properties still doesn't offer advanced options (quality, color, paper type, ink parameter...) and when I try to launch the print, no print job appears in the job list for the printer (no tray icon), and obviously, no print appears out of the printer.
> Printing from Darktable works, so, it's not from the printer itself.
> I tried to install kde systemsettings and printer configuration package, but setting Epson R3000 as default printer doesn't change things... So I would like to know if this behavior was normal (linked to appimage limitation ? but R3000 is listed in avaible printers in Digikam) and if there's a possible solution, appart building and installing Digikam myself on my OS which don't have up to date digikam package in repository.
> Thanks in advance
> Nicolas Boulesteix - Chasseur de Lueurs - http://www.photonoxx.fr
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