[Kst] extragear/graphics/kst/src

Barth Netterfield netterfield at astro.utoronto.ca
Thu Mar 9 18:06:20 CET 2006

On linux, it outputs a .ps.  We can tell it what resolution of .ps it should 
produce.  Then when the .ps gets printed, ghostscript interpretes it 
appropriate to the actual printer.

So I am pretty sure that this will just work.


On Thursday 09 March 2006 06:29, George Staikos wrote:
> 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
> > 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.
>   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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