Description of problem:
This is probably not a bug but definitely a very annoying feature in evince
print dialog. Let's say you printed some ten copies of a one page document
first. Then after a while you printout a hundred page book. Evince remembers
the previous print dialog settings and, unless specifically going through all
print dialog settings, it will spit out ten copies of the hundred page document.
In my opinion the print dialog settings *must be reset* when document is changed
(the previous just happened to me + I was not near the printer to realize what
is going on...:-( Also, many users get stuck because evince is remembering to
print certain page range (that might not even exist in the current document).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Print a document with some special evince print dialog settings. Quit evince and
then view another document, try to print and you should see that the print
dialog settings from the previous document are used as default.
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