Thanks. See me post form yesterday. Of course I am using cups as print spooler. Sven's suggestion of adding kprinter with one single command (kprinter) in the command line solves this problem.
Gene, how are you going to change paper size to tabloid or legal if you do it your way. How would you tell to print 5 copies, or to use the manual tray instead of the lower tray to print transparencies, etc.? You just need "kprinter". Tom On Wed, 2004-01-28 at 19:39, Gene Heskett wrote: > On Wednesday 28 January 2004 17:59, Thomas Spuhler wrote: > >I have been a Gimp user on Mandrake (currently 9.2) for quite some > > time. I am currently using Gimp2-pre2. One of the features that I > > find annoying is the printing. It is difficult to use other > > printers than the standard, at least I don't know a direct and easy > > way. > >Using Gimp's normal printing feature is nice and OK for home usage > > or if always printing to the very same printer. > >Using kprinter is a really nice way to print in a corporate > > environment. I can choose the printer I like or need on the > > corporate network. > > > >Would there be a possiblity to make just one small change and do it > > like Adobe Acrobat Reader: You just type in krinter into the > > printer field in the printing dialog? > > If you were using gimp-print and cups, it would be pretty easy I > think. I have 2 printers, both epson ink squirters, and 4 actual > definitions setup, 2 for each printer in cups. 1 low res for text > type outputs, and one hi-res for text+photo, both in color, for each > printer. > > To the Gimp, they are simply lp0, lp1, lp2, and lp3, and the > gimp-print dialog allows you to change which printer you are using.
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