[Bug 1264910] [NEW] Tmux backend can't handle spaces in window name

2013-12-29 Thread Phil Pemberton
Public bug reported: When hitting Ctrl-a A (ctrl-a shift-a) to rename the window, if I enter a name with spaces, Tmux briefly displays an error Usage: rename-window [-t target-window] new-name and the window retains its current name. Entering a window name without spaces works fine. Similarly,

[Bug 1264910] Re: Tmux backend can't handle spaces in window name

2013-12-29 Thread Phil Pemberton
Also confirmed on byobu 5.68-0ubuntu1~raring from the Byobu PPA (ppa:byobu/ppa). ** Description changed: When hitting Ctrl-a A (ctrl-a shift-a) to rename the window, if I enter a name with spaces, Tmux briefly displays an error Usage: rename-window [-t target-window] new-name and the

[Bug 1264910] Re: Tmux backend can't handle spaces in window name

2014-01-07 Thread Phil Pemberton
The problem with the F-keys is that Byobu's binding of them makes it somewhat difficult to use Midnight Commander... hence why I prefer the screen-style Ctrl-A-{letter} commands. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Server Team, which is subscribed to byobu in

[Bug 118181] Re: Possible bug in libcdk5-dev

2008-10-28 Thread Phil Pemberton
Not seeing this on Hardy with latest libcdk5-dev. -- Possible bug in libcdk5-dev https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/118181 You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu. -- ubuntu-bugs mailing list ubuntu-bugs@lists.ubuntu.com

[Bug 290624] [NEW] Stack smashing in libcdk5 calendar applet

2008-10-29 Thread Phil Pemberton
Public bug reported: Binary package hint: libcdk5 Ubuntu release: 8.04.1 Source Package: libcdk5 5.0.20060507-1 What I expected to happen: I expected the Calendar widget, and calendar_ex example program to work correctly. What actually happened: glibc Stack Smashing alert and SIGABORT. I

[Bug 290624] Re: Stack smashing in libcdk5 calendar applet

2008-10-29 Thread Phil Pemberton
** Attachment added: Fix for stack smashing bug http://launchpadlibrarian.net/18978623/cdk-stacksmashing-fix.patch -- Stack smashing in libcdk5 calendar applet https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/290624 You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is

[Bug 290624] Re: Stack smashing in libcdk5 calendar applet

2008-10-30 Thread Phil Pemberton
This was also reported in Debian #452401 last year by Ron Murray: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=452401 Nearly a year later, the bug is still listed as open, unfixed... -- Stack smashing in libcdk5 calendar applet https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/290624 You received this bug

[Bug 257894] [NEW] VGA-out dies after a while on Eee 1000H

2008-08-14 Thread Phil Pemberton
Public bug reported: Binary package hint: xserver-xorg-video-intel I am using Kubuntu 8.04.1 (with all current updates installed) on an ASUS Eee 1000H mini-notebook PC. I'm also using xrandr to switch off the LCD and use an external monitor with the machine while it's on my desk. Xorg video

[Bug 257894] Re: VGA-out dies after a while on Eee 1000H

2008-08-14 Thread Phil Pemberton
I've done some more testing: - Reverting to 2:2.2.1-ubuntu12 didn't fix anything. The problem still exists on the older driver. - Setting KDE to use the Solar Winds (GL) OpenGL screensaver seems to reduce the time required to reproduce this bug. Activate the screensaver, and wait for it to

[Bug 257894] Re: VGA-out dies after a while on Eee 1000H

2008-08-15 Thread Phil Pemberton
I've just done some more testing: xserver-xorg-video-intel_2.3.2-2_i386.deb (from Debian lenny): - Exhibits the same bug. xserver-xorg-video-intel_2.4.0~melchiorre-5_i386.deb (from http://melchiorre.wordpress.com/2008/07/31/driver-intel-240-deb-package/) - After adding Driver 'intel' to

[Bug 257894] Re: VGA-out dies after a while on Eee 1000H

2008-08-15 Thread Phil Pemberton
Update: same problem on 2.4.0 :( -- VGA-out dies after a while on Eee 1000H https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/257894 You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu. -- ubuntu-bugs mailing list ubuntu-bugs@lists.ubuntu.com

[Bug 257894] Re: VGA-out dies after a while on Eee 1000H

2008-12-20 Thread Phil Pemberton
Right, based on the changelogs for those packages, the intel-gfx- testing packages should be identical to the ones I backported to Hardy on the 16th. 2.5.1 didn't seem to lose VGA-out, and I was using it for the best part of a day. I'll look into doing a full backup and an upgrade to Intrepid on

[Bug 257894] Re: VGA-out dies after a while on Eee 1000H

2008-12-21 Thread Phil Pemberton
It's probably worth saying that the only option I have set against the intel graphics driver in xorg.conf is: Option ModeDebug yes I'm about to turn this off... -- VGA-out dies after a while on Eee 1000H https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/257894 You received this bug notification because you are

[Bug 257894] Re: VGA-out dies after a while on Eee 1000H

2008-12-21 Thread Phil Pemberton
Strangely enough I'm not seeing this happening on Ubuntu 8.10 at all. For reference: phil...@cougar:~$ lsb_release -rd Description:Ubuntu 8.10 Release:8.10 phil...@cougar:~$ uname -a Linux cougar.homenet.philpem.me.uk 2.6.27-8-eeepc #1 SMP Sun Nov 16 12:02:12 MST 2008 i686 GNU/Linux

[Bug 257894] Re: VGA-out dies after a while on Eee 1000H

2008-12-23 Thread Phil Pemberton
OK, the Eee's been running for about two days now, and no VGA-out blanking. This is with stock Intrepid, upgraded from Hardy. I think upgrading to 8.10 fixed it. That doesn't really help the folks who are running Hardy, but my 1000H is working fine, ergo problem solved :) Thanks for the help,

[Bug 257894] Re: VGA-out dies after a while on Eee 1000H

2008-12-24 Thread Phil Pemberton
@Sean Bridges: I'd try this -- Exit X -- either: sudo /etc/init.d/gdm stop Or: sudo /etc/init.d/kdm stop When you land at the shell: sudo apt-get clean all sudo apt-get purge libdrm2 libdrm-intel1 xserver-xorg-video-intel -- if apt-get removes anything other than these three packages, add the

[Bug 60315] Re: Launching HTTP Cache Cleaner

2009-10-20 Thread Phil Pemberton
Same thing in 9.04 x64, Amarok 2.0.2. -- Launching HTTP Cache Cleaner https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/60315 You received this bug notification because you are a member of Kubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to kde4libs in ubuntu. -- kubuntu-bugs mailing list kubuntu-b...@lists.ubuntu.com

[Bug 257894] Re: VGA-out dies after a while on Eee 1000H

2008-12-16 Thread Phil Pemberton
I've just backported 2.5.1 from Jaunty to Hardy -- this involved backporting and installing: libdrm 2.4.1-0ubuntu7 libpciaccess 0.10.3-1 xserver-xorg-video-intel 2.5.1-1ubuntu6 Switching from internal to external monitor worked, until I started running OpenGL screensavers (Euphoria fullscreen,

[Bug 257894] Re: VGA-out dies after a while on Eee 1000H

2008-12-16 Thread Phil Pemberton
xorg.conf ** Attachment added: xorg.conf.1strun http://launchpadlibrarian.net/20466282/xorg.conf.1strun -- VGA-out dies after a while on Eee 1000H https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/257894 You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu.

[Bug 257894] Re: VGA-out dies after a while on Eee 1000H

2008-12-16 Thread Phil Pemberton
OK, backporting libdrm and xorg-video-intel completely broke DRI... I got a driOpen failed error in xorg.log, and completely lost 3D. Ugh. Looks like I need to do some more research to find out what else needs rebuilding (hopefully not all of Xorg...) -- VGA-out dies after a while on Eee 1000H

[Bug 257894] Re: VGA-out dies after a while on Eee 1000H

2008-12-16 Thread Phil Pemberton
OK, I've modified my Xorg config a little: Section Device Identifier Configured Video Device Driver intel # VideoRam16384 # Option ForceEnablePipeA Option ModeDebug yes Option

[Bug 970358] Re: Flash Video has wrong colors

2012-03-31 Thread Phil Pemberton
I'm seeing this too. It's like setting the hue slider to +100 in smplayer. So basically, Flash is messing up the hue setting when X video acceleration is enabled. A nasty workaround is to right-click a flash video and select Settings. On the first tab, disable hardware acceleration. That'll get

[Bug 910611] [NEW] Kernel build system installs modules in the wrong place

2012-01-01 Thread Phil Pemberton
Public bug reported: Oneiric kernels seem to have an issue with the version numbering on the kernel build system not being set correctly: $ uname -a Linux cheetah 3.0.0-14-generic #23-Ubuntu SMP Mon Nov 21 20:28:43 UTC 2011 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux $ head

[Bug 910611] Re: Kernel build system installs modules in the wrong place

2012-01-01 Thread Phil Pemberton
-- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/910611 Title: Kernel build system installs modules in the wrong place To manage notifications about this bug go to:

[Bug 911873] [NEW] No way to manually restrict DHCP to one interface

2012-01-04 Thread Phil Pemberton
Public bug reported: This is more a feature request than an actual bug. When Orchestra installs and Cobbler is first configured with a server, it defaults to listening on the first available network interface (usually eth0) for DHCP requests. This causes problems when Orchestra is used to bring

[Bug 911873] Re: No way to manually restrict DHCP to one interface

2012-01-04 Thread Phil Pemberton
I forgot something -- after interface = (virbr1, br0, or whatever) you need to add: bind-interfaces Otherwise dnsmasq will still bind to all interfaces instead of just the assigned interface. Another thing worth mentioning is that virt-manager / libvirt uses dnsmasq internally. It gets VERY

[Bug 912065] [NEW] Orchestra should allow for multi-NIC servers

2012-01-04 Thread Phil Pemberton
Public bug reported: Scenario: You have a cluster of servers (virtual or otherwise). Each server has two NICs -- one connects to the LAN, another connects to a private network which is used to bring up the servers over PXE, reinstall them and so forth. The PXE network is segregated to allow

[Bug 912067] [NEW] Orchestra should allow installation username/password to be configured

2012-01-04 Thread Phil Pemberton
Public bug reported: When installing a new server with Orchestra, the username and password on the new install are forced to a default of 'ubuntu' for both. There does not appear to be an easy way to change this. Orchestra should make it possible to change the default username and password.

[Bug 744619] Re: Screen doesn't unlock; stuck on Checking

2011-10-20 Thread Phil Pemberton
I usually see this happen if my ecryptfs home directory has somehow become unmounted... There's an outstanding bug in Sudo 1.8.2 which causes this (and is due to be fixed in 1.8.3), see Debian bug #639391. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is

[Bug 594866] Re: [Maverick][2.6.35] RT2860 (ralink) support seems to be broken (it fails to connect to secured wireless networks)

2010-09-19 Thread Phil Pemberton
@Bruno #14 -- thanks for that, works like a charm on my MSI U230 (Ralink RT3090) running Maverick and kernels 2.6.35-22-generic and 2.6.35-19-generic. -19 throws a load of PBF system register not ready errors in dmesg, -22 doesn't seem to do that but won't associate with the access point. After

[Bug 659143] Re: 64bit-only: regression: kernels =2.6.34: rt2800pci: load firmware Error with ralink [1814:0781]

2010-12-15 Thread Phil Pemberton
Doesn't seem to fix the RT3090 here. If I force modprobe to load the rt2800pci or rt2x00pci driver, the card will scan for networks quite happily, but won't establish a connection (WPA encrypted, pre-shared password mode). If I go back to blacklisting rt2800pci et al, then the (insanely buggy)

[Bug 659143] Re: 64bit-only: regression: kernels =2.6.34: rt2800pci: load firmware Error with ralink [1814:0781]

2010-12-15 Thread Phil Pemberton
OK, I renamed the driver, then rebooted and modprobed rt2800pci. This had the nice side-effect of kicking the other laptop off the WiFi, and I couldn't get it to associate. rmmod -rv rt2800pci followed by modprobe -v rt2860sta got me a Kernel Panic. When the laptop rebooted, the BIOS threw up

[Bug 659143] Re: 64bit-only: regression: kernels =2.6.34: rt2800pci: load firmware Error with ralink [1814:0781]

2010-12-15 Thread Phil Pemberton
Did it panic on unloading rt2800pci or on loading rt2860sta? That sounds a bit like bug 662288. On loading rt2860sta after unloading rt2800pci. Anyway, we need a trace of that panic. Maybe comment 15 of bug 662288 can help you get one. Might be a bit hard when the machine locks solid after

[Bug 659143] Re: 64bit-only: regression: kernels =2.6.34: rt2800pci: load firmware Error with ralink [1814:0781]

2010-12-15 Thread Phil Pemberton
You might want to take a look at bug 594866; that's the thread where I originally reported my issues, and exactly describes what was happening with the RT3090 in my MSI U230 netbook. No errors relating to firmware loading, but I can't connect to the WLAN... Load rt2860sta instead (by blacklisting

[Bug 950413] Re: Bluetooth connections stalling

2013-04-15 Thread Phil Pemberton
@VittGam - Can you provide a link to the bug on the kernel Bugzilla? I'm also seeing this issue on Quantal - philpem@cheetah:~$ lsb_release -a No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description:Ubuntu 12.10 Release:12.10 Codename: quantal philpem@cheetah:~$ sudo

[Bug 1264910] Re: Tmux backend can't handle spaces in window name

2014-01-07 Thread Phil Pemberton
The problem with the F-keys is that Byobu's binding of them makes it somewhat difficult to use Midnight Commander... hence why I prefer the screen-style Ctrl-A-{letter} commands. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu.

[Bug 1264910] Re: Tmux backend can't handle spaces in window name

2013-12-29 Thread Phil Pemberton
Also confirmed on byobu 5.68-0ubuntu1~raring from the Byobu PPA (ppa:byobu/ppa). ** Description changed: When hitting Ctrl-a A (ctrl-a shift-a) to rename the window, if I enter a name with spaces, Tmux briefly displays an error Usage: rename-window [-t target-window] new-name and the

[Bug 1264910] [NEW] Tmux backend can't handle spaces in window name

2013-12-29 Thread Phil Pemberton
Public bug reported: When hitting Ctrl-a A (ctrl-a shift-a) to rename the window, if I enter a name with spaces, Tmux briefly displays an error Usage: rename-window [-t target-window] new-name and the window retains its current name. Entering a window name without spaces works fine. Similarly,

[Bug 1332385] Re: Applications Menu plugin not showing Wine Programs submenu

2014-07-06 Thread Phil Pemberton
I can confirm this. If I use the Whisker menu, the WINE Programs menu appears fine. But on the Applications menu, it doesn't. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1332385 Title:

[Bug 1287971] [NEW] rastertoptch sends unsupported command to PT-series printers

2014-03-04 Thread Phil Pemberton
Public bug reported: The rastertoptch filter includes a patch which sends the ESC i A (enable cutter) command to any printer which uses this filter. Sadly, this command is only supported on the QL series, so this patch has the effect of breaking printing on most of Brother's P-Touch line (the

[Bug 1328798] Re: Setting default printer does not work

2014-09-08 Thread Phil Pemberton
** Changed in: cups (Ubuntu) Status: Expired = Confirmed -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1328798 Title: Setting default printer does not work To manage notifications about

[Bug 1328798] Re: Setting default printer does not work

2014-09-08 Thread Phil Pemberton
It appears that the printer dialogs are ignoring the system default printer, or they're picking up a default from elsewhere. If you right-click a printer in the dialog box, then select Set As Default, you get two options. One is to set it as a personal default, which updates ~/.cups/lpoptions. If

[Bug 1427360] Re: firefox doesn't open an url as argument

2015-03-05 Thread Phil Pemberton
*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 1425972 *** https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1425972 Bug #1425972 would seem to be related, and comment 4 on that bug includes a fix. ** This bug has been marked a duplicate of bug 1425972 Firefox no longer supports -remote parameter -- You received

[Bug 1439895] [NEW] QL-500 prints past end of label

2015-04-02 Thread Phil Pemberton
Pemberton (philpem) Status: New ** Changed in: ptouch-driver (Ubuntu) Assignee: (unassigned) = Phil Pemberton (philpem) -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1439895 Title: QL-500

[Bug 1342979] Re: QL-570 don't cut anymore

2015-04-02 Thread Phil Pemberton
Sounds like my ESC i A patch still isn't quite right then... This is the difficulty; I only have a QL-500 (paper label printer) and a PT- 2450DX (plastic label printer) to hand. The QL series are the ones which support the ESC i A (auto cutter) command; if you send that to a PT- series printer,

[Bug 1439895] Re: QL-500 prints past end of label

2015-04-03 Thread Phil Pemberton
The patch which fixes it for the QL-550 is debian/patches/foomatic-data- fixes.patch, already in repo, extract below: --- --- a/printer/Brother-QL-550.xml +++ b/printer/Brother-QL-550.xml @@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ resolution dpi x300/x -y300/y +y275/y /dpi

[Bug 1439895] Re: QL-500 prints past end of label

2015-04-03 Thread Phil Pemberton
Okay, I've merged the aforementioned patch in with a local copy of the driver. Setting the DPI to 275 is *not* the correct fix, as this throws off the aspect ratio. Squares become rectangles. A 10mm square becomes a 10x9mm square - an error of 10%. 275/0.9 = 305. So 300DPI is probably about

[Bug 1439895] Re: QL-500 prints past end of label

2015-04-03 Thread Phil Pemberton
The driver uses MediaType to identify whether the printer is being fed with continuous paper tape (MediaType=roll) or die-cut labels (MediaType=labels). If the MediaType field in the CUPS page header (cups_page_header_t) is set to Labels (case insensitive match), then the driver is configured to

[Bug 1439895] Re: QL-500 prints past end of label

2015-05-18 Thread Phil Pemberton
This is now fixed as a result of my changes which were merged into ptouch-driver version 1.3-8ubuntu1. ** Changed in: ptouch-driver (Ubuntu) Status: Incomplete = Fix Released -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu.

[Bug 1342979] Re: QL-570 don't cut anymore

2015-04-03 Thread Phil Pemberton
Patch ready for review. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1342979 Title: QL-570 don't cut anymore To manage notifications about this bug go to:

[Bug 1604036] Re: Upgrade printer-driver-ptouch to support Brother QL-570

2016-07-25 Thread Phil Pemberton
I've managed to source a slightly-used QL-570 for a more reasonable price, along with (apparently) five rolls of labels. That should be arriving "soon-ish". I'll have a look at the driver when I get a spare moment. As I've said on the upstream ticket, the negative-print bug looks like the thing

[Bug 1604036] Re: Upgrade printer-driver-ptouch to support Brother QL-570

2016-07-22 Thread Phil Pemberton
Upstream version bumped to 1.4.1. Be advised that there's an open ticket on QL-570 support: https://bitbucket.org/philpem/printer-driver-ptouch/issues/2 /negativeprint-and-cutmedia-jobend-doesnt Main issue is that media cutting apparently doesn't work 100% as described on QL printers.

[Bug 1607917] [NEW] Update to upstream V1.4.2

2016-07-29 Thread Phil Pemberton
Public bug reported: I've just released upstream version 1.4.2 of the P-touch printer driver to resolve two issues raised by Ladislav Laska and @Pander. https://bitbucket.org/philpem/printer-driver-ptouch Issues resolved: * NegativePrint=True causes "Unknown RLE flag" errors from CUPS (This

[Bug 1604036] Re: Upgrade printer-driver-ptouch to support Brother QL-570

2016-07-29 Thread Phil Pemberton
I've just released version 1.4.2 which fixes the two QL-570 bugs raised by Ladislav Laska. Bug #1607917 open to (hopefully) get the upstream packages updated. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu.

[Bug 1709511] Re: Kernel 4.4.0-89 panics on boot on xenial

2017-08-11 Thread Phil Pemberton
I just upgraded to 4.4.0-91 from the main repository, and it boots again! All my virtual machines are running too. Looks like this is fixed in something which was changed between -89 and -91. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to

[Bug 1709511] [NEW] Kernel 4.4.0-89 panics on boot on xenial

2017-08-08 Thread Phil Pemberton
Public bug reported: After applying the 4.4.0-89 kernel update, I get a panic on boot. 4.4.0-87 boots normally. I expected that 4.4.0-89 would boot normally (as 4.4.0-87) instead of crashing. Systemd displays an announcement: "Starting udev Wait for Complete Device Initialization...", then

[Bug 1709511] Re: Kernel 4.4.0-89 panics on boot on xenial

2017-08-08 Thread Phil Pemberton
I'd like to provide a better backtrace if it's needed, but I'm not sure how to do this. Attaching lspci -vnvn ** Attachment added: "lspci-vnvn.log" https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1709511/+attachment/4929105/+files/lspci-vnvn.log -- You received this bug notification

[Bug 1709511] Re: Kernel 4.4.0-89 panics on boot on xenial

2017-08-08 Thread Phil Pemberton
** Attachment added: "version.log" https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1709511/+attachment/4929106/+files/version.log -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1709511 Title:

[Bug 1709511] Re: Kernel 4.4.0-89 panics on boot on xenial

2017-08-09 Thread Phil Pemberton
I can't provide the Apport logs; it asks me to log in to Launchpad using Lynx, then fails with "Bad bot!" Is there an alternative way to do this? The machine is a headless server. ** Changed in: linux (Ubuntu) Status: Incomplete => Confirmed -- You received this bug notification because

[Bug 1709564] Re: Kernel bug after upgrade to 4.4.0-89

2017-08-09 Thread Phil Pemberton
This looks a lot like what I'm seeing on #1709511 I'm running qemu+kvm virtual machines. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Bugs, which is subscribed to Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1709564 Title: Kernel bug after upgrade to 4.4.0-89 To

[Bug 1735991] Re: QL-570 printer : the led flashes red and nothing happens

2017-12-03 Thread Phil Pemberton
The most common issue which can cause this is setting the Page Size incorrectly in the driver. You'll get the red flashing light if the intended page size doesn't match the label. The other issue is swapping the X and Y dimensions - the X (as far as the printer is concerned) is across the

[Bug 1735991] Re: QL-570 printer : the led flashes red and nothing happens

2017-12-18 Thread Phil Pemberton
Clean Print Head doesn't apply to the QL driver. "cleaning" the heads requires either a cleaning card or a bit of manual work (can't remember if the 570 is like a Zebra printer; the instructions should be in the manual). The CUPS test page is geared up for page printers, not label printers. I

[Bug 1735991] Re: QL-570 printer : the led flashes red and nothing happens

2017-12-18 Thread Phil Pemberton
Another thought - can you also post the Brother part number of the labels you're using please? (then I can look that up and make sure your page size is right) It'll be on a label on the side of the plastic label roll cartridge. -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of