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From Doug <>
Subject Re: HP LaserJet question
Date Sat, 07 Sep 2013 14:43:58 GMT
On 09/07/2013 09:20 AM, Joost Andrae wrote:
> Hi Doug,
> I've an idea what happened to you: Maybe reducing the complexity of 
> graphical objects on the printed output may help you.
> Go to menu item /tools/options/OpenOffice/printing
> and activate both checkboxes to reduce transparency and gradients within 
> the printed output. Perhaps that's it because postscript cannot reduce 
> such content on it's own and the input data on the printer can become 
> very very large.

The problem has not been specific to OO or any word processor--it seems
to occur randomly. I have changed the driver, as per another post, and I
am waiting to see what happens.  Thnx for the input.  --doug
> Am 07.09.2013 01:16, schrieb Doug:
>> I have an HP LaserJet 2200dn, networked with 3 computers--one normally
>> running Windows 7 and two normally running PCLOS. From Linux, when
>> I send it something to print, sometimes--not always--the busy light will
>> start to flash, and then it may print a couple hours, or a day later, or
>> never. Other times it will print right away. Does anyone
>> reading here know of a way to "tickle" it to make it print what it's
>> sitting on? (Other times, it prints right away.)
>> (There is no HP support--the printer is over 5 years old, so HP
>> has disowned it.)
> Kind regards, Joost
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