chris.angus at btinternet.com
Mon Jan 22 10:11:19 CST 2007
The problem isn't necessarily specific to Linux. You could try the following: from the 'Print' dialog box click on 'Advanced' and check 'Print as image'.
----- Original Message ----
From: Randall R Schulz <rschulz at sonic.net>
To: Discussion of ISO Common Logic Standard (ISO/IEC 24707) <cl at philebus.tamu.edu>
Sent: Monday, 22 January, 2007 11:01:35 AM
Subject: Re: [CL] Done!
On Monday 22 January 2007 06:48, Harry Delugach wrote:
> The latest (last!) version of CL is now posted. We have nothing left
> to do but wait?
> Harry Delugach, Editor
> ISO 24707 (Common Logic)
Am I the only person who has trouble printing the PDF on a Linux system?
Specifically, the characters are completely misassigned when printing.
When viewing the document in Adobe Reader, everything is fine, but when
printed the glyphs used are almost entirely erroneous, consisting
entirely of long repetitions of the same character over and over,
though their placement on the page does follow the overall shape of the
actual text (I believe there's one character printed for every letter
in the document). The character that's repeated changes from place to
place, but each appears in long runs.
Images print properly.
I'm running SuSE Linux 10.0 with the latest available release of Adobe
Reader for Linux (7.0.5). I'm printing to an HP LaserJet printer.
Can anybody shed any light on this strange symptom and / or supply a
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