I'm not sure whether you overlooked that I'd already done that, or whether
suggesting is somehow different from what I did.
On Tue, May 7, 2013 at 11:47 AM, Rolf Steinort <i...@meetthegimp.org> wrote:
> Hi Helen,
> On 07.05.2013 16:59, Helen wrote:
>> I've been trying for days to print a small 4x6" picture that I drew in
>> I've even spent quite a bit of $ putting new print cartridges in my
>> printer, even
>> though they were not empty. Just trying to cover everything I can think
>> The picture just comes out pink. There should be no pink in this picture.
>> I have lots of trashed pages printed with Gimp, one with LibreOffice tex,
>> one with LibreOffice Draw. There are also thin vertical white lines on
>> print. It looks fine if Print Preview. All settings on both file and
>> are set to "Best". RGB color.
> There are a lot of possibilities - it can be GIMP, Linux, your printer or
> other stuff.
> I would try this:
> - export the image as a JPEG, in the original size and good quality.
> - import that image into a Libre Office text document with the size of
> your paper as the document size
> - print that from Libre Office.
> If this comes out OK, GIMP is the culprit, if not, then it's Linux or your
> printer. These white stripes can be caused by a not properly aligned print
> I hope this helps!
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