[Scribus] scribus optionally use acroread to print to postscript

Craig Ringer craig
Wed Sep 1 12:34:39 CEST 2004

On Wed, 2004-09-01 at 16:43, Craig Ringer wrote:

> I also seem to be able to print out simple files (both text and shapes)
> fine. I'm presently trying to produce a testcase, but thought I'd
> provide this info now.

I'll be filing a bug now, as I seem to have found how to reproduce the 

As an aside, if you're using CUPS support and the printer options dialog
shows up blank, the chances are the ServerName in /etc/cups/cupsd.conf
is wrong - especially if you're printing to a remote CUPS server. 

> This reminds me - it would be interesting to have a print option
> instructing the printer to print an error report if something goes
> wrong. That's something I've made extensive use of in Quark, especially
> when dealing with flakey EPS files from clients, and it can make a huge
> difference when trying to identify the guilty object on a document.

I should note that I am aware that good PostScript printers (such as
mine) can do this. However, it's normally a global setting which isn't
usually desirable.

Craig Ringer

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