Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 531691
[All Lang][i18n] Body text of the composed mail is not appearing in the printed document
Last modified: 2015-04-21 00:34:27 EDT
Description of problem:
In the evolution, body text of the composed mail is not appearing in the printed document
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Open evolution and start composing a mail
2.Switch kn locale, and input the text in Kannada(kn_IN)
3.Print composed mail
The body text is missing in printed document
The body text should appear in printed document
*** Bug 531716 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
it is reproduced with Japanese/Hindi/Punjabi, so Changing...
I guess it does the same with File->Print Preview, does it? Could you attach a draft mail for testing, please? As when I try with cs_CZ letters, then it works fine in print preview.
With File -> Print Preview, it shows the text and by printing from there (using the printer icon ) will print the text properly.
(In reply to comment #4)
> With File -> Print Preview, it shows the text and by printing from there (using
> the printer icon ) will print the text properly.
Could you check whether printing of some similar text from, say, gedit is working properly, please?
I just checked with gedit and firefox, and prints from both: File=>Print and File=>Print Preview=>Print work as expected.
Additionally, for the current problem:
In case of File=>Print Preview=>Print, the user is not being prompted to select the print location and a new version of output.pdf is being generated. Is this a feature that is being controlled by any configuration settings?
The print and print preview windows are outside of Evolution's control.
Those windows are managed directly by GTK+.
Good, I was able to reproduce it finally. The issue is on 2.28, but not on 2.29. I'm moving this upstream , as it's not Fedora specific issue. Thanks for finding this.