At 01:02 PM 4/27/2006 -0700, Chuck Davis wrote:
I'd suggest going into settings and changing the font to one that your
printer has natively. That does the trick for me.
I'm not sure that a Laserjet has any font natively. I went to settings
and tried Courier, in a couple of flavors, which almost any printer can
handle, and I got a line of garbage followed by two blank pages. This
printer should definitely be supported--it can read PostScript. From
Windows it will print anything I throw at it, and after a dog's age,
it will print SuSE's Firefox images, print and graphic.
I wish Courier worked--it is much easier to read on-screen, for these
old and damaged eyes. (That's what I've got this Eudora set up for.)
To remind the reader: Laserjet 2200D.
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