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Re: [vox-tech] debian and openoffice
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Re: [vox-tech] debian and openoffice

On Mon 18 Oct 04,  8:42 AM, Henry House <hajhouse@houseag.com> said:
> På måndag, 18 oktober 2004, skrev Peter Jay Salzman:
> > My local Debian mirror got an updated openoffice.org last night, and printing
> > from openoffice now works (after 1 or 2 weeks of not working).
> > 
> > Just thought I'd throw this out in case other people were having printing
> > problems in OO.
> Groovy! The broken spelling checker of the previous version is also fixed.
> Tip: the new Debian version of OO uses A4 paper as its default paper size
> and does not check either the locale system or libpaper to see that it
> should use US-letter instead in the USA. This setting needs to be changed
> for each printer, using the oopadmin program as root. Alternately, you can
> manually edit /etc/openoffice/psprint.conf, replacing instances of "A4" with
> "Letter" in lines like "PPD_PageSize=A4".

Have to admit, I've been greatly disappointed with Sarge.  I don't remember
Woody being this bad when it was in testing.  Something happened...   It
almost seems like "testing" now really does mean "testing".   ;)

I think I may stay with Sarge when it goes stable.   :(

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