Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 214093
Printing ignores gnome's options (odd and even pages printing)
Last modified: 2009-06-27 11:45:25 EDT
Description of problem:
I printed a PDF with Evince, and chose to only print odd pages. The printer (HP
3320) printed the whole document.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open a PDF with Evince
2. Choose to print it and select odd /even pages
Print the whole document
Should only print odd or even pages.
Confirmed. When I tried this, the job was actually sent with only these options:
D [06/Nov/2006:17:20:45 +0000] [Job 98] argv="requesting-user-name=tim MediaT
ype=Plain StpPrintingDirection=None StpFineMagentaBalance=None StpFineCyanDensit
y=None StpBlackDensity=None noStpLinearContrast StpQuality=Draft StpDensity=None
StpDitherAlgorithm=None StpImageType=TextGraphics StpCyanDensity=None StpBlackT
rans=None StpGCRLower=None StpFineMagentaDensity=None StpFineCyanGamma=None StpS
aturation=None StpYellowDensity=None StpYellowBalance=None StpGamma=None StpWeav
e=None noStpAdjustDotsize StpBlackGamma=None StpFineGamma=None StpFineGCRUpper=N
one StpFineBrightness=None StpMagentaDensity=None StpColorCorrection=None StpMag
entaBalance=None StpFineInkLimit=None StpFineBlackTrans=None ColorModel=Gray Stp
ColorPrecision=Normal Resolution=None StpFineContrast=None StpInkSet=None StpFin
eYellowDensity=None StpFineYellowBalance=None StpCyanGamma=None StpFineMagentaGa
mma=None StpContrast=None StpGCRUpper=None StpFineBlackGamma=None StpInkLimit=No
ne StpFineSaturation=None StpMagentaGamma=None StpFineYellowGamma=None StpFineDe
nsity=None StpFineCyanBalance=None StpInkType=None StpFineGCRLower=None StpBrigh
tness=None StpFineBlackDensity=None StpYellowGamma=None PageSize=A4 StpCyanBalan
I expect to see 'page-set=even' there, but it isn't.
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Needinfo ? the bug has been confirmed...
Seems to work with Fedora 7 onwards.