Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 154970
When printing to PDF, change is justification ignored.
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:04 EST
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Description of problem:
Create a new AbiWord document.
Write some paragraphs without right justification - then some with it turned on.
Printing to a printer (in my case LaserJet 4) - what I see is what I get. But printing to PDF, all paragraphs are the same - without any right justification.
The PDF was viewed with evince.
Test document and pdf will be attached.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. create an AbiWord document
2. make it so some of the paragraphs are full justified, while others are not.
3. print to pdf
Actual Results: no justification in resulting pdf file
Expected Results: paragraphs that are justified in document should be justified in resulting pdf
I'm not positive this is an AbiWord bug, it could be in the gnome pdf printing stuff - it does print correctly when sent to printer.
Unfortunately I was not able to print the pdf to see if it is a pdf rendering problem only - as asking evince to print failed.
Created attachment 113210 [details]
AbiWord document used
Created attachment 113211 [details]
This is the resulting pdf file
Fairly sure that this is a bug in libgnomeprint. Will look into it, and move
this bug upstream if is indeed libgnomeprint that is to blame.
Yep, this was a bug libgnomeprint, which was reported upstream. It has been
fixed in libgnomeprint 2.10.2.