Lines of hatchings in draw are much to thin. In printout they nearly disappear. Is there a way to make them a little bolder? It is a little better with darker colors but just try normal blue, green , YELLOW or so the printer has nothing to print as it , this is what I think, prints the most thin lines it can. On a 1200dpi printer this is really really thin. I tried with some diffrent printers in the office and not a single result was acceptable. I think this should be improved cause hatches are useless this way. Making the line thickness selectable to the user would help.
Valid request, NEW.
I notede the same problem.
I also think that Making the line thickness selectable to the user would help.
thnks, ciao, pier
Sounds similar to table default borders thickness not being useful when printing (bug 99027).
Would it be possible to add an option for:
- line style (so you can use also doted lines instead of continious)
- line width
(In reply to andreas_k from comment #4)
> Would it be possible to add an option for:
> - line style (so you can use also doted lines instead of continious)
> - line width
That's not possible since we have to follow the format defintion:
"The <draw:hatch> element defines a hatch for filling graphic objects. A hatch is a simple pattern of straight lines that is repeated in the fill area. The <draw:hatch> element is usable within the following element: <office:styles> 3.15.2. The <draw:hatch> element has the following attributes: draw:color 19.122.2, draw:display-name 19.133.4, draw:distance 19.134.2, draw:name 19.197.13, draw:rotation 19.209 and draw:style 19.218.3. The <draw:hatch> element has no child elements."
But a pattern might do the trick, to some extend. Or just use a bitmap.