Description of problem:
Despite selecting "Landscape" from the Print->Paper->PageOrientation dialog, the
spreadsheet is always printed in a portrait orientation. Selecting portrait
also results in portrait. This occurs for both HP printers and PDF output.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
(used to work with gnumeric from fc6 fedora-extras)
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create simple spreadsheet
2. Under File menu, select Print.
3. Print tab: select "Create a PDF document"
4. Job tab: defaults
5. Paper tab: "Paper Size" -> Letter, "Page Orientation" -> Landscape
6. Layout tab: Plain
7. Click "Print Preview" button
... displays proper landscape orientation
8. Click "Print" button
... PDF displays as portrait, or Postscript printer prints as portrait
Printed output is portrait (narrow/upright) orientation
Printed output is portrait (wide/sideways) orientation
Could this be associated with the shift to using gutenprint?
(cut and paste error - should be:)
Printed output is landscape (wide/sideways) orientation
Downgrading to the libgnomecanvas + libgnomeprint from FC-6 fixes this.
Only downgrading libgnomeprint has no effect, only downgrading libgnomecanvas
leads to a landscape print on a portrait page (text verticalled centered and the
right chopped of)
Changing component and assignee to libgnomecanvas.
This issue prevails in Fedora 8 for me on x86_64, with version gnumeric-1.6.3-13.fc8
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This works in Fedora 9
So I'll proactively close this, since it's fixed in a maintained version.