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Description of problem:
FC3 system with a *very few* rawhide packages rebuilt in FC3 from the
src.rpm's (rebuilt rawhide packages just gnumeric and abiword)
When I tell gnumeric I want it to print the cell lines, they display
on the print preview but do not actually print.
Printer is HP LaserJet 4 via JetDirect, with PostScript L2 simm and
24mb ram installed. Printer configured through stock fc3 cups as
Document this is happening with is attached.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. File --> Page Setup, choose Sheet tab, check Grid lines box
2. Print Preview (landscape) - see grids on preview
3. Print Document
Actual Results: Printed document is different than the preview, no
gridlines were printed.
Expected Results: Printed page should look like preview, with the
I'll attach the document after the bug is opened (doesn't seem to be a
way to on this form)
Created attachment 109772 [details]
Gnumeric document this is happening with
This is the document I am using and experiencing this bug in
That's a nuisance, on my printer (epson rx 500) I get the grid lines
printed from a fc3 box with that gnumeric src.rpm built :-(
So then it probably is a print driver bug and not a gnumeric bug.
I noticed today that in fact the grid marks ARE there, just printed
very faint - they are grey on the print preview.
So it's not a bug - just how my printer prints that grey.
I'm going to see if I can find an option to darken the grids in
gnumeric, if I can't find one - I'll add an RFE to the upstream bugzilla.