ksnapshot question. Have I found a bug?
gheskett at wdtv.com
Fri Dec 23 05:03:44 GMT 2011
On Thursday, December 22, 2011 11:59:18 PM Thomas Olsen did opine:
> On Thursday 22 December 2011 22:10 gene heskett wrote:
> > Greetings all;
> > I just tried because I needed a big blowup of a base pattern of an
> > opto- interrupter in order to write some gcode to carve a pcb pattern
> > for it, put acroread to full screen and set the size for 400%,
> > centered the line drawing I wanted & then took a screen snapshot,
> > then tried to send it straight to one of the printers attached here
> > from ksnapshot.
> > But the printer dialog called some sort of a print manager & made me
> > answer a few questions that it was difficult to do because all the
> > paper dimension choices were in metric sizes. Not well understood in
> > 8.5x11 inch letter paper land. It didn't show me a preview in that
> > utility either although it did show me an empty preview window, and
> > when I told it to go ahead and print, I got a blank sheet of paper to
> > confirm my suspicions.
> > Does anyone have a clue where the image data may have gotten lost?
> Could it be this bug? https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=258431
>From the description, they did a better job of tracing things than I did,
but yes, I'd sure say it waddles exactly like that duck.
Configuration issue or more serious?
> > system is a phenom 4, running uptodate 32 bit pclos, kde is 4.6.5.
Thanks Thomas & Merry Christmas
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