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  • Printing a PDF in .NET

    - by Chris Marasti-Georg
    It's the "printing question guy" again. Looking for a third-party solution to print PDFs, preferable from a service. I have seen some arguments against it, but due to our use case, this really is the preferred solution - the service will be receiving messages from a messaging bus, and there shouldn't be any sort of delay between the receipt of that message and the printing of the report. So far, I've found 1 solution from PDF Tools that seems very nice, and very flexible. The problem is that it's licensed per server. If anyone knows of any third-party solutions that have a seat license (per developer, unlimited runtime distribution), that would be much preferred. EDIT: Clarification, by printing, I mean sending the PDF to a printer.

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  • Silent Printing of PDF From Within Java

    - by Paul Reiners
    We are looking into silent printing of PDF documents from within Java. The printing will be invoked from the desktop and not through a browser so we cannot use JavaScript. PDF Renderer is an operational solution but their rendering quality is not acceptable. iText does not seem to be pluggable with the Java print service. There are some commercial Java libraries, jPDFPrint by Qoppa, JPedal, and ICEpdf which we have not tried out yet. Does anybody have any experience with PDF silent printing from Java?

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  • Printing complex widgets in Qt

    - by Jens
    I have a complex widget with tons of different subwidgets, e.g. subclasses of QLabel. I want to print this widget, but obviously I do not want to print the background, I want to print with differing text colors or have the style of frames slightly modified. As I do not really want to iterate through all subwidgets with a special "print" function, which I would need to attach to all widgets (how to add "print" to a QLabel?), I would like to use paintEvent. If I have a hierarchy MyWidget - derived from - some QWidget, I would like to insert a sublayer MyWidget - MyPrintWidget - some QWidget, where myPrintWidget::paintEvent would check, if the current print is going to the screen (thus call QWidget::paintEvent), else if we are printing to the printer, call some function MyPrintWidget::drawWidget instead. Is this the right way to print-enable a widget? How can I figure out in paintEvent, that I'm printing to a printer instead of the screen? Is there a good example of printing complex widgets?

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  • How to fix SLOW graphics printing on Ubuntu 12.10? Text is OK

    - by vbasic246
    Ubuntu 12.10 32-bit upgrade (dual boot with Win-7). Custom PC, onboard NVidia graphics. Motherboard: ECS EliteGroup GF8200A Black Series "HP LaserJet 3015" multifunction printer. Graphics printing fine with UB12.04, VERY SLOW on UB12.10. Per an article ran: ~$ sudo apt-get install mesa-utils ~$ glxinfo | grep renderer Output: OpenGL renderer string: GeForce 8200/integrated/SSE2/3DNOW! Do I need to get a graphics card to fix or will software tweaks solve this?

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  • print CSS still showing some background images when printing

    - by RyanP13
    I am receiving some strange begaviour in IE6 when printing a page. For some reason it is printing out parts of a CSS background image sprite. I have overridden all background-image declarations with: * {background-image:none !important;} But to no avail. I didn't think background images were supported by default anyways so this is a new one on me.

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  • Printing gives unhandled exception. Access Denied

    - by Smoka
    Im newish to coding, currently on a Windows Forms App using CLI in VS10 Everything seems to work, my document shows fine in the Preview dialog but then crash's. Heres only the code that seems relevant private: System::Drawing::Printing::PrintDocument^ docPrint; private: System::Windows::Forms::PrintDialog^ dlgPrint; private: System::Windows::Forms::PrintPreviewDialog^ dlgPrintPreview; this->button2 = (gcnew System::Windows::Forms::Button()); this->docPrint = (gcnew System::Drawing::Printing::PrintDocument()); this->dlgPrint = (gcnew System::Windows::Forms::PrintDialog()); this->dlgPrintPreview = (gcnew System::Windows::Forms::PrintPreviewDialog()); this->button2->Location = System::Drawing::Point(152, 355); this->button2->Name = L"button2"; this->button2->Size = System::Drawing::Size(75, 23); this->button2->TabIndex = 53; this->button2->Text = L"Print"; this->button2->UseVisualStyleBackColor = true; this->button2->Click += gcnew System::EventHandler(this, &Form1::button2_Click_1); // // docPrint // this->docPrint->DocumentName = L"ResultsPage"; this->docPrint->PrintPage += gcnew System::Drawing::Printing::PrintPageEventHandler(this, &Form1::docPrint_PrintPage); // // dlgPrint // this->dlgPrint->Document = this->docPrint; this->dlgPrint->UseEXDialog = true; // // dlgPrintPreview // this->dlgPrintPreview->AutoScrollMargin = System::Drawing::Size(0, 0); this->dlgPrintPreview->AutoScrollMinSize = System::Drawing::Size(0, 0); this->dlgPrintPreview->ClientSize = System::Drawing::Size(400, 300); this->dlgPrintPreview->Document = this->docPrint; this->dlgPrintPreview->Enabled = true; this->dlgPrintPreview->Icon = (cli::safe_cast<System::Drawing::Icon^ >(resources->GetObject(L"dlgPrintPreview.Icon"))); this->dlgPrintPreview->Name = L"dlgPrintPreview"; this->dlgPrintPreview->Visible = false; this->dlgPrintPreview->Load += gcnew System::EventHandler(this, &Form1::dlgPrintPreview_Load); private: System::Void docPrint_PrintPage(System::Object^ sender, System::Drawing::Printing::PrintPageEventArgs^ e) { String ^ strDisplay = L"A Axis Rotations"; String ^ strDisplay2 = L"Centerline of Y" + CL_Y->Text + " + Z" + CL_Z->Text; String ^ strDisplay3 = L"Initial Position Y" + G54_Y->Text + " + Z" + G54_Z->Text; System::Drawing::Font ^ fntString = gcnew System::Drawing::Font(L"Times New Roman", 38, FontStyle::Bold); e->Graphics->DrawString(strDisplay, fntString, Brushes::Black, 200,20); e->Graphics->DrawString(strDisplay2, fntString, Brushes::Black, 80,150); e->Graphics->DrawString(strDisplay3, fntString, Brushes::Black, 80,220); e->Graphics->DrawString(Results->Text, fntString,Brushes::Black, 50,400); } private: System::Void button2_Click_1(System::Object^ sender, System::EventArgs^ e) { // docPrint->Print; dlgPrintPreview->ShowDialog(); } private: System::Void dlgPrintPreview_Load(System::Object^ sender, System::EventArgs^ e) { } Sorry if the formatting is ugly here.

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  • The Work Order Printing Challenge

    - by celine.beck
    One of the biggest concerns we've heard from maintenance practitioners is the ability to print and batch print work order details along with its accompanying attachments. Indeed, maintenance workers traditionally rely on work order packets to complete their job. A standard work order packet can include a variety of information like equipment documentation, operating instructions, checklists, end-of-task feedback forms and the likes. Now, the problem is that most Asset Lifecycle Management applications do not provide a simple and efficient solution for process printing with document attachments. Work order forms can be easily printed but attachments are usually left out of the printing process. This sounds like a minor problem, but when you are processing high volume of work orders on a regular basis, this inconvenience can result in important inefficiencies. In order to print work order and its related attachments, maintenance personnel need to print the work order details and then go back to the work order and open each individual attachment using the proper authoring application to view and print each document. The printed output is collated into a work order packet. The AutoVue Document Print Service products that were just released in April 2010 aim at helping organizations address the work order printing challenge. Customers and partners can leverage the AutoVue Document Print Services to build a complete printing solution that complements their existing print server solution with AutoVue's document- and platform-agnostic document print services. The idea is to leverage AutoVue's printing services to invoke printing either programmatically or manually directly from within the work order management application, and efficiently process the printing of complete work order packets, including all types of attachments, from office files to more advanced engineering documents like 2D CAD drawings. Oracle partners like MIPRO Consulting, specialists in PeopleSoft implementations, have already expressed interest in the AutoVue Document Print Service products for their ability to offer print services to the PeopleSoft ALM suite, so that customers are able to print packages of documents for maintenance personnel. For more information on the subject, please consult MIPRO Consulting's article entitled Unsung Value: Primavera and AutoVue Integration into PeopleSoft posted on their blog. The blog post entitled Introducing AutoVue Document Print Service provides additional information on how the solution works. We would also love to hear what your thoughts are on the topic, so please do not hesitate to post your comments/feedback on our blog. Related Articles: Introducing AutoVue Document Print Service Print Any Document Type with AutoVue Document Print Services

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  • Printing with Zebra Printer

    - by Nathan
    I am trying to print a bitmap image on a zebra printer (TLP-2844-Z) and it comes out incredibly blurry and faint but when I print it on a laser printer it looks fine. Also, when I printer plain text to the zebra printer or the test page it comes out crystal clear. Is there something I am doing wrong?

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  • Address Label Printing without Windows Address Book

    - by Jim Fell
    In the past I've maintained my address book using the built-in Address Book utility that came with Windows. Once each year, I would import my Address Book (.WAB) file into Outlook 2003/XP. (I don't use Outlook for email.) Then I would use the Mail Merge feature in Word 2003/XP to make and print address labels on standard Avery label sheets to simplify address of my Christmas cards. Since I'm now using Windows 7, and the familiar Address Book utility is no longer available, how can I print my address labels? I have both Windows Address Book (.WAB) and Comma-Separated Values (.CSV) files that contain my address book data. So, I guess I need to know two things: Which program or utility (preferably free) can I use to print my address labels. How do I import my address data into that program? If it helps, I am already a user of Gmail and Google Drive. Thanks.

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  • Printing to shared printers across VPN

    - by CYMR0
    I have a program that prints labels at five remote sites. Two sites, aren't working, but the rest are with an identical (as far as I can tell) setup. Using Wireshark, I have determined that the handshaking all goes well, but after the "Open Print File Response" the packet that is sent from the server, doesn't reach the client. But I'm a bit at a loss as to where I go from here. I know the port the packet was sent on (445) isn't being blocked, the RST packet gets sent on the same port and that gets there fine. It's also weird that the three out of five sites are working fine. This has been up and running for years without issue, all that we have changed is our connectivity (from DSL to bonded DSL). But this traffic is over a VPN - so it can't be the ISP interfering either can it? I'm totally stuck, and any help would be much appreciated. Thanks!

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  • Printing a dynamic sheet as one document

    - by Sux2Lose
    I have a spreadsheet structured as follows: Summary section at the top Detail section on the bottom Summary section summarizes the detail section which is filtered using auto filters There are ten products that all need to be printed individually, but I want the page footer to show the overall page position of all the print jobs and the total number of pages. That is probably not clear. So for example, if I print the two page Product A view it will print page 1 of 2 and 2 of 2. If I print the one page Product B it will show page 1 of 1. What I want is to print both and have Product A show Page 1 of 3, Page 2 of 3, and Product B be Page 3 of 3. Is there any way to accomplish this?

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  • Printing PDF books

    - by Robert Munteanu
    I've been taking up reading some of Sonatype's Maven books, available online, but I find it more relaxing to read on paper rather than on screen. Still, loose A4 sheets do not bring me close enough to a book reading experience. Aside from ordering a print copy, what can I do to print/bind a PDF to be as close as possible to an actual book?

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  • printing parallel over ethernet cable

    - by Crudler
    I have a bit of an interesting challenge :) I have a machine with a parallel printer output, i want it to be able to print instead to a printer in a different room and i know that parallel isnt great over big distances. i found this: http://www.amazon.com/over-Cat5-Extension-Cable-Adapter/dp/B002WJ9S6Y%3FSubscriptionId%3DAKIAINHICTCYYZGJWT4Q%26tag%3Dusbprintercables.net-20%26linkCode%3Dxm2%26camp%3D2025%26creative%3D165953%26creativeASIN%3DB002WJ9S6Y which will let me connect over cat5, but its usb to cat 5. my machine can only output on parallel (its not a computer) so what i was thinking of getting is a parallel(f) to usb and usb to parallel (M) for either side i.e. machine - parallel - usb - cat5 - usb - parallel -printer just seems a bit messy :) suggestions? another thing i would like to try is to get rid of the old school parallel printer and instead use a network based multi function. would this be possible? i.e. machine - parallel -usb - cat5 - ethernet print server - network printer this might be rougher because the machine cannot "know" that we are using a network printer. it can ONLY print to LPT1 Thanks!

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  • Disable header/footer printing from Chrome

    - by Toby
    The Chrome browser doesn't have any settings for changing or disabling header and footer data that gets printed when you go File Print. Apparently this is being developed but until it is does anyone know how to disable this in Windows XP. Chrome on the Mac and Ubuntu doesn't do it so I assume it is down to a system setting that by default doesn't print header/footer information unless software over-rides this?

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  • Advice for printing a colored page

    - by eSKay
    If I need to print a colored document on a black and white printer, then which one of these options do you think is better: desaturating the document first and then sending it to printer giving the print command on the colored document only (trusting the printer for the job) I know most of us use the second option. I want to know if there is any possible advantage of using the first option?

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  • VMware - Not printing in order

    - by nate
    I am using vmware workstation 7. Guest is Windows XP. The host OS is Windows 7. When I queue the printer with multiple documents, the printer doesn't print in order. It seems to print the smaller size in data of documents first. The printer is an HP printer. This is what I have tried so far: I have tested this on the host machine, and it works fine. I have tested this on other host machines(XP Windows7), and it works fine. I have tested other HP printers I have tested it another another guest OS Windows 7 I have tested different drivers Thanks in advance for any help on this one!

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  • How can I configure a Linksys EA4500 + usb printer for network printing (without connect cloud)

    - by Larry Kyrala
    The documentation and classic firmware (2.0.37) for Cisco's Linksys EA4500 is a bit sparse on setup details. It says I can connect a USB-printer, but then goes on to try to sell "Connect Cloud" remote management software. I don't want that. I just want to know how to set this up with the existing advanced firmware. Is it possible? AFAIK, to setup a IPP or LDP printer, there is usually some kind of queue configuration on the server (i.e. the ea4500 in this case), but I can't find it in the firmware. I also have been unable to find any existing protocols from win7 or mac osx. (windows network share, IPP/LDP etc.) I'm curious if I need to have the "Storage" accounts active and connect to my router either via the local IP or router name. There's a lot of unknowns here; it would help to know how this particular router actually works.

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  • Windows 2008 Server Firewall blocks from printing in other subnet

    - by xenolf
    Greetings, i have a windows 2008 server with activated firewall in the 192.168.0.xx subnet. From there i want to print on an printer which is located in the 192.168.10.xx subnet. Now when i try to print with the firewall on, nothing happens... when i turn the firewall off it prints flawlessly. Now i messed around with the windows firewall for about 4 hours straight and i cant seem to find a rule which lets me print. Even when i set the firewall to let everything through im unable to print. Has anyone encountered the same or a similar problem and has a solution for this issue? Thanks in advance xenolf

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  • Printing images with same orientation in Windows 7

    - by Notinlist
    I have generated many graphs (GraphViz .dot, about 35 pcs) from a grammar and then I generated .png files from it. All of them are small graphs with a few (2 to 5) nodes on it. I would like to print them, 9 or 12 per page. The problem is that Windows 7 Print Pictures guesses orientation for every image on the grid individually. How can I force Windows 7 Print Pictures to use the same orientation for all pictures (use the files as-is, just do the fitting) What alternative solution can I use for my task which does not include repetitive manual labor? (OS: Windows 7 64 bit, regularly updated.) Thanks in advance!

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  • Printing All Changes to MediaWiki Series of Articles

    - by Jason
    I have a MediaWiki site that I am responsible for. My management has recently asked to see the changes to a specific series of documents within MediaWiki (AKA, they basically want to see the output of the "changes" log). I was wondering two things: Is there a way to "nicely" print out this log so it easily shows the various changes that were made to a document. The information I need to print out is spread across multiple pages. Utilizing whatever information in step 1, is it possible to specify that I print out a subset of pages? (I'm talking about a lot of pages - ~135 of them or so.) Please let me know if you need clarification. Thanks!

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