When printing a document in landscape (OS X) libre Office does print the document as portrait and turns the text accordingly.
This works mostly on laser or ink jet printers as they can turn a page orientation.
On some application this procedure fails, when the printer is not able to turn the Orientation. I.E. when you are printing on pre print formulas, larger size copiers with special paper feeds etc.
Workaround is possible to export the document as PDF and print the PDF from viewer. Still annoying and unsuable for automated printing!
(Bug not confirmed yet, therefore resetting Status field to “UNCONFIRMED”. No offence -- this is just necessary for correct bug handling.)
this is yet another printing issue. I am sorry to throw so many bugs at you, but I still can’t test printing, and you are becoming our “LibreOffice printing issues on Mac OS X” expert ;-) So, as our expert, can you please take a look at this issue if you find some time?
Thank you very much!
[PS: feel free to CC me for any other bug about which you think I could help ...]
I'm sorry, but your report is too vague, please give me a concrete example of when and where this does/doesn't work, otherwise I'm going to spend hours just trying to reproduce.
Surely, the result depends :
- on the ODF document page setting ?
- on the orientation print option used when calling the Print Dialog ?
"On some application this procedure fails" - please be more precise, which applications, which document in particular, which Print Options ?
(Status set according to comment #3.)
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*** Bug 68032 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Oh great, my bug has been marked as a duplicate of resolved-invalid because of inactivity bug. Could this one then be reopened? I'll try to add any necessary info (in addition to steps to reproduce already present in the duplicate bug).
And yes, my duplicate is about Linux, not MacOSX.