Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 258401
evince and other applications have a greyed out print options
Last modified: 2014-06-03 08:20:06 EDT
Description of problem:
Printing option is greyed option in evince and other applications.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Try printing from evince.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. run "evince"
2. attempt to print
3. see print is greyed out.
When you try and print from evince, you don't have the option to print
Printing should be enabled.
My apologies if this is an existing bug, but I found printing not working in
evince, and ggv and xpdf are deprecated. This appears to be fixed in
gtk2-2.10.12 as per:
meanwhile, my workaround for evince was to recompile with --with-print=gnome,
but that is not an ideal solution.
Please advise as to when you think this will be fixed.
It has been a little over a week since I filed this bug. Can you please comment
on this problem? I'm certain other people are having this issue as well.
Come on Matthias, I'd have thought that 5 and a half years at redhat would have
earned me at least an acknowledgment response. :(
not while I am on vacation
Hi. Just wondering if you're back from vacation yet, and if we can look at this
issue. It's getting to be critical, as the print button in openoffice and other
apps is grayed out. This leads to grumpy instructors that come down hard on IT
staff, and it all rolls downhill. Please assist.
I am using gtk2-2.10.13-1.fc6 and I also experience the same bug so I am not
conmvinced that 2.10.12 fixes it.
My comments are in
I had to install adobe Acrobat and to use a windows machine for printing... I think this bug is a little urgent to fix...
A friend with the latest ubuntu box can print, so I guess the bug is specific to Fedora?
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Well, I suppose that's one way to deal with bugs. Wait until the RHEL release against which is filed is past the end of development phase and *poof* now we can close with WONTFIX! Well done. In fact, from the time I first filed this bug, I ended up leaving Red Hat's employment for 4 years, and now I've returned to Red Hat's employment for over 3 years, and the bug is still in NEW status until it gets closed with WONTFIX. This has to be some sort of record! :-)
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