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Printing problems LibreOffice 3.6. Few rows don't print properly.

Hi, I've some rows that don't get printed properly with LibreOffice Writer (looks like when you have a printer nozzle problem with some lines not getting enough ink or not getting ink at all). Thing is when I print a jpeg (a screenshot of the same document) from a browser, the document is properly printed. As I realized that, I've installed Abiword and tried the same document, which get printed properly, without any problem.

The problem seems to be between LibreOffice and Cups. It looks like LibreOffice is somehow overriding Cups settings. I've tried all the different possibilities from LibreOffice printer administration (PostScript driver, level 1.. pdf/8bit..) to no avail.

I would like to know if there is a way to set LibreOffice to change this behavior (like not using the LibreOffice printer administration tool at all).

By the way, I've tried with OpenOffice and the same problem arises.

I'm using an All-in-One Epson Printer (PM-T960) with an epson-inkjet-printer-escpr_1.2.2 driver for linux(debian) from the vendor.

Thanks a lot.

Printing problems LibreOffice 3.6. Few rows don't print properly.

Hi, I've some rows that don't get printed properly with LibreOffice Writer (looks like when you have a printer nozzle problem with some lines not getting enough ink or not getting ink at all). Thing is when I print a jpeg (a screenshot of the same document) from a browser, the document is properly printed. As I realized that, I've installed Abiword and tried the same document, which get printed properly, without any problem.

The problem seems to be between LibreOffice and Cups. It looks like LibreOffice is somehow overriding Cups settings. I've tried all the different possibilities from LibreOffice printer administration (PostScript driver, level 1.. pdf/8bit..) to no avail.

I would like to know if there is a way to set LibreOffice to change this behavior (like not using the LibreOffice printer administration tool at all).

By the way, I've tried with OpenOffice and the same problem arises.

I'm using an All-in-One Epson Printer (PM-T960) with an epson-inkjet-printer-escpr_1.2.2 driver for linux(debian) from the vendor.

Thanks a lot.