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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2007-07-11 04:45 -------
This does not appear to be a bug / problem report but a question. Please ask
questions on the fop-user mailing list and don't use BugZilla for that purpose.

I also don't understand the question in the first place. Printing doesn't change
the size of the PDF. The PDF file still has the same size all the time. Do you
mean your printer driver when sending the file to the printer sends a large
amount of data to the printer? A printer driver won't send the PDF to the
printer but does whatever it needs to do to convert PDF to a format your printer
understands (PCL, Postscript, ...). All this is outside of FOP because as you
report the PDF generated by FOP is small and displays fine.

Please note also that 0.20.5 is obsolete and not supported anymore. Although
upgrading may not address your printing problem at all.


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