Tue Oct 3 08:12:31 CEST 2006
Craig Ringer wrote:
> That said, it should still work just fine except for transparency, at
> least on *nix (including Mac OS X) with CUPS. Features should be limited
> by CUPS and your PPDs rather than Scribus. I thought CUPS supported
> scaling to the physical page, but that might be something specific to
> the network laser printers I use at work.
> If you're on win32, it uses a GDI-based print process that also seems to
> work pretty well, and should give you access to the full facilities of
> your printer drivers.
To precise things, on Windows Scribus is able to detect PostScript printers.
Although printing process starts by some gdi commands in this case, so to be
able to use printer driver capabilities, the postscript code generated is
mostly scribus postscript code.
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