Paper orientation never remebered in print dialog

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sergo
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Paper orientation never remebered in print dialog

Post by sergo » Wed Dec 13, 2006 1:18 pm

when printing images paper orientation is set to portrait, I' ve changed it to landscape but next time, when I print this image, paper orientation is still in portrait! Even if I haven't closed the view window, if I just want to print another copy of image.
And by the way, in winXp's control panel->printers->myPrinter->properties I've set paper orientation to landscape, and other program, and xnview 1.82 version too, get paper orientation from this place, I never need to change it in program's print dialog, it already set in system. But not in the case of xnview 1.9 beta 5.

V 1.90 Beta5

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Post by Olivier_G » Thu Dec 14, 2006 3:22 pm

I confirm (Beta 5).

Moreover, I would prefer a Portrait/Landscape setting directly in 'Page Layout' panel. Do other people agree? Is this possible?
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Post by foxyshadis » Fri Dec 15, 2006 11:14 am

Yes, totally. Very handy since auto-size doesn't auto-rotate.

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Re: B5:paper orientation never remebered in print dialog

Post by sergo » Fri Dec 22, 2006 1:24 pm

sergo wrote:paper orientation never remebered in print dialog
this is not fixed in beta6.

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Post by sergo » Wed Jan 10, 2007 1:28 pm

RC1 get paper orientation from system settings! And it remeber print settings, such as layout, caption, header/footer, watermark, from one print to another and even between program sessions!:)
I think bugs with which I've started this thread are solved in RC1.

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Post by Olivier_G » Mon Jan 22, 2007 1:40 pm

foxyshadis wrote:
Olivier_G wrote:Moreover, I would prefer a Portrait/Landscape setting directly in 'Page Layout' panel. Do other people agree? Is this possible?
Yes, totally. Very handy since auto-size doesn't auto-rotate.
This is still interesting -> postponed, instead of 'closed'.
Olivier

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