khtml printing (Was: Fix for printouts without margins)

Waldo Bastian bastian at
Tue Jan 18 21:46:41 GMT 2005

On Tuesday 18 January 2005 21:54, Kurt Pfeifle wrote:
> Cheers,
> Kurt  [ who thinks it is by far more sucking that he cant control font
>         sizes from khtml printing. After all, khtml can re-render font
>         sizes for on-screen layout on the fly -- why not for on-paper
>         layout. The way khtml determines font sizes is a mystery to me.
>         It seems to take into account images on the page too, and scales
>         them plus the text the same amount. Result is more often than
>         not way to small fonts. Gimme a "Zoom Printed Font" control,
>         please! ]

khtml tries to render the page so that it fits the width of the paper, if the 
minimum width of the page is larger than the paper width, it will render the 
page using this larger width and then scale the result down to the paper 

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