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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2008-01-14 23:53 -------
The system I use is native (no VM-Ware) Windows (2000, XP, Vista) and the 
problem occurs on all three of them.

Thanks for your help.

(In reply to comment #6)
> Ulrich, the links you provided clearly indicate that the problem must be in
> Acrobat Reader (or maybe in the Acrobat Reader/Printer Driver interaction). 
If a
> PDF file displays correctly on screen but prints wrong, how can FOP be the 
cause
> of that? Furthermore, people report that opening the same file again usually
> makes the problem go away. The only thing we can potentially do in FOP is add 
an
> FAQ entry giving pointers about the problem. But otherwise, it's completely up
> to Adobe (or you switching to a different PDF viewer).
> Maybe something in FOP causes this bug in Acrobat to appear but without Adobe
> making a statement what exactly that is (if there is something in the first
> place), there's nothing we can do.
> BTW, are you in a Citrix environment? I've seen all sorts of weird behaviour
> around printing on Citrix clients in my career.
> Sorry, but I have no idea how I could help here. Let's leave this open for the
> moment. If we get more information from Adobe, maybe we can do something in
> terms of documentation.



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