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Re: [seul-edu] Star Office Color Printing


I'm planning on installing and trying KWord soon.  Can you tell me a little
more about how it is working for you?  Does it run well on older hardware?
What version are you using?

Can't help you with your problem, unfortunately.

--Tom Hoffman

on 12/7/00 11:45 AM, Robert Maynord at maynord@terracom.net wrote:

> Hi Seul Folks:
> I'm having some printing problems, and I'm not sure where to begin
> troubleshooting.  Our school received several new computers, making it
> possible for us to run Star Office for teachers and the principal - as well
> as for some of the students.  Today, I had the students printing out bar
> graphs.  They loved it, until the pages came out of the printer......
> For most programs such as KWord, printing works fine.  Star Office (5.2 RPM
> from Mandrake 7.1) prints fine, except for pictures and some color items such
> as charts. It's hard to describe, but parts of an image will have good color,
> other parts move too quickly into grey scale.  Photos are almost all grey
> scale (the same photo in KWord prints fine).  Charts in Star Office will
> have a nice solid color for the background, and then the bars will be
> greyscale!
> I am using CUPS, with the generic driver in Star Office.  I have also tried
> other built-in Epson drivers, with the same results.  I tried Star Office on
> different Mandrake 7.2 machines and printers, with the same results.  "Color"
> is turned on in Spadmin, with a depth of 24 (I also tried 8), postscript
> level 1 (I also tried 2).  The printers I have tried are the Epson 740 and
> Epson Stylus Color II.
> While searching Deja news, I found one notice by a fellow who had the same
> problem, but had no solution. I searched the Sun FAQ/troubleshooting pages
> and they said if there was a color problem, turn color on in Spadmin (it was
> already on).
> Since I have the problem on multiple machines, I assume that others have
> experienced this same problem.
> Any suggestions?
> Robert Maynord
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