Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 446358
Evince gets duplex options wrong when printing.
Last modified: 2009-07-14 13:40:27 EDT
Description of problem:
I have two printers set up. Both are for the same physical printer, but one is
for one sided printing and the other is for two sided printing (duplex, no tumble).
When I print in gedit and select a printer I gets the duplex option right.
When I print in evince and select a printer I get duplex no tumble regardless of
which printer I choose.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
[rodd@localhost ~]$ rpm -q evince
It would help if you could run the printing troubleshooter
(System->Administration->Printing, then Help->Troubleshoot from the menu bar)
and submit the job from evince when you're on the 'Print test page' screen, then
attach the troubleshoot.txt file here when you're finished. That way we'll be
able to see what the job options were when the job was submitted.
The problem may also be dependent on the input file you are viewing in Evince --
could you attach one that you see the problem with?
Created attachment 305776 [details]
Created attachment 305777 [details]
Sample input file
Here are the options it used:
ScreenLock PageSize=Letter Sleep=PrinterDefault CAPT=Middle BRLanguageLevel=L3
noManualFeed Duplex=DuplexNoTumble TonerSaveMode=Off InputSlot=AutoSelect
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