Description of problem:
Whenever I try to print photos with gpp-0.7.0-5 the result is a whole black page. The last time I used gpp succesfully was with a different pc (i368) with fedora 14 installed.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):gpp-0.7.0-5.fc15
How reproducible:it happens every time I use gpp.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. launch gpp, either by Activities-search menu (typing "gnome-photo-printer"), or by typing "gnome-photo-printer" in a terminal.
2. select and add a picture (.jpg), select the layout-dimensions, choose the printer,
3. select paper size, feed orientation, page orientation, paper tray and slect margins. Press "Print Preview": the expected photo will show. Press "Print.
Actual results: a totally black page comes out of the printer
Expected results: I expect the printed photo to come out of the printer, which is showed on the preview.
Can you print the same image properly from another application, say from gimp?
Yes I can. I printed the same image from Photoprint0.4.2-pre2 (colours not as fine as what I am used to with gpp).
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