When a postscript printer description (PPD) file is used that describes the desired page media with non-zero left and right margins, wrong postscript is generated (only when printing to a file).
The generated postscript contains a faulty statement for each page output:
[0.24 0 0 -0.24 36 792] concat
where the 5th number from the left in the concat statement (36) should be zero.
If the generated postscript file were to be printed, the output would be shifted 36 points (half inch) to the right.
The text line within the custom PPD file that triggers this problem is:
*ImageableArea Letter/Letter: "0 11.52 576 792"
where the 1st number from the left is the left margin (0 points), and the 3rd number from the left is the right margin (612-576 = 36 points).
When the same PPD file uses the following line, the bug does not trigger.
*ImageableArea Letter/Letter: "0 11.52 612 792"
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This bug was filed before the changes to Bugzilla on 2011-10-16. Thus it
started right out as NEW without ever being explicitly confirmed. The bug is
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