Description of problem:Clipping of text document while printing from gedit application
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):Ghostscript-9.02 (gstoraster filter)
How reproducible:Open a text document with gedit application.Click on print button in the file tab and select the print driver and select the page setup tab. choose the pagesize #10Envelope and orientation to be landscape .Click on the print button.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Open a text document with gedit application
2.Click on print button in the file tab and select the print driver and select the page setup tab.
3.choose the pagesize #10Envelope and orientation to be landscape .Click on the print button.
Actual results:The output shows that right portion of the text document is clipped.
Expected results:No clipping should happen.
Additional info:The filter chain seen in the cups error_log file is pdftops,gstoraster,hpcups. I producted the raster output of gstoraster filter and viewed it with rasterviewer the clipping was Observed at raster output only.
Please attach the PPD for this queue.
Created attachment 524124 [details]
Attached the PPD file.
This is a bug in gedit (or, perhaps the GTK+ print dialog).
Although the media size for the "#10 Envelope" media is 297pt x 684pt (1pt == 1/72 in), the imageable area is smaller than that:
$ egrep '(Imageable|Dimension).*Env10' hp-photosmart_prem-web_c309n-s.ppd
*ImageableArea Env10/#10 Envelope 4.125x9.5in: "9.00 42.19 288.00 675.00"
*PaperDimension Env10/#10 Envelope 4.125x9.5in: "297.00 684.00"
i.e. 9 points in from the long edges, 9 points in from one of the short edges, and 42.19 points in from the remaining edge.
gedit needs to arrange for its margins to respect those specified in the PPD.
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