netterfield at astro.utoronto.ca
Thu Mar 9 15:17:34 CET 2006
Resolution enhancement was invented because of my misunderstanding of
QPrinter.... Without this, the printer is assumed to have screen resolution,
so we artificially enhanced the resolution with resolution enhancement.
This tells KPrinter what resolution it actually has, so the geometry stuff now
reflects the geometry in actual readable pixels.
I don't know what this is going to do to the line width stuff I changed
yesterday, but I can re-change it based on how this goes.
On Thursday 09 March 2006 03:42, George Staikos wrote:
> Fine with me. Do you want to discuss this note?
> + //printer.setResolution(300); FIXME: with this, we may be able to get
> rid of 'resolution enhancement!
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