Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2005 19:30:54 -0400
   From: michael chang <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>

   On 8/15/05, Brian Thomason <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
   > I am packaging up gimp 2.2.8 for Linspire and have noticed some strange

   > When the print dialog is open, the orientation is set to "Auto",
   > which is good, but none of the default position indentions are
   > set. (Left, Right, left Border, etc...)  For the common user, he
   > will just hit print when presented with the dialog, and this will
   > simply fail as it is.

   Which printing system does Linspire use? (e.g. CUPS, BSD, etc.)
   Does it make one of it's own to make it similar to Windows?

That shouldn't have any effect here.  Gimp-Print doesn't really care
what the underlying spooling system is.

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