Report from multi-page printing (ugly)

Robert Graham Merkel
Tue, 7 Nov 2000 10:01:38 +1100

Bill Gribble writes:
 > On Mon, Nov 06, 2000 at 12:17:47PM +1100, Robert Graham Merkel wrote:
 > > At the moment, it appears that what gtkhtml/gnome-print does is
 > > imitate a roll-paper fax machine with a very dumb paper cutter - 
 > > it prints a fixed-size block onto each page, and if there is a line of
 > > text on the boundary it will happily *split that line in half* :(
 > Wow, that's really unfortunate.  This reminds me of a situation I have
 > been in all too often recently with construction contractors for my
 > home remodeling: I just want to ask them "in what universe is this
 > OK?"

Don't talk to me about builders . . . :)

 > You might try contacting Ettore Perazzoli<>... he's 
 > a major gtkhtml author, and I would be interested to hear what he has to 
 > say about future plans for printing. This sounds like an oversight rather 
 > than a design feature.
I already have, and am waiting to hear back from him.

Robert Merkel