staikos at kde.org
Thu Mar 9 15:29:50 CET 2006
On Thursday 09 March 2006 09:17, Barth Netterfield wrote:
> 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
> 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.
Ok, I'm not entirely sure about how well this will work with various
printers/printdevices. Have you tried it yet? It would definitely be nice
to remove resolution enhancement. It would roughly solve all of our printing
problems. :-) It should be very easy to remove too... I already removed much
of it when I refactored into KstPainter.
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