[oXygen-user] [bug] printing diagrams is broke
Tue Aug 7 10:17:42 CDT 2007
Yes, I'd like to have the option to change the diagram components.
I'd also like the option to set the page size. When I select a
plotter, the print diagram shows paper size, and I select ANSI E
(34"x44"), the page size is still 8.5x11(this isn't displayed
anywhere), so it still wants to print 24 pages!
On Tue, July 31, 2007 03:02, Dan Caprioara wrote:
> Yes, there is a problem with the printing system. Sorry for the paper
> waste.. Currently it is computed a rectangle that contains the entire
> diagram. Because the schema diagram may by unbalanced - one component may
> be deeply expanded to the right and the rest collapsed - the resulted
> rectangle contains regions of blank space which get printed. An
> optimization would be for us to verify if there was something really
> painted on each page. For the moment, the best thing is to save the
> diagram as an image and then print it from another image processing
> application. Another thing: the printing scale is ok? Would you like an
> option to change the size of the diagram components?
> Timothy Reaves wrote:
>> I went to print a diagram of a schema I have been working on. So I
>> context-clicked and selected print. The dialog that pops up offers
>> little real options (margin and orientation), so I just pressed OK and
>> walked over to the printer. Where 24 pages of paper were waiting for
>> me. So I'm left wondering what moron thought that was a good thing when
>> designing the print system? What an incredible waste of paper. Plus,
>> like I really have nothing better to do that tape 24 pages (it's a
>> relatively small schema too) together.
>> I'm a big fan of oXygen, and have converted several of my co-workers
>> over to it. This is really the first time I've had to just scratch my
>> head in wonder. For images, the print system should either constrain to
>> a single page (the default), or ask what to do.
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