Textmaker 2008 for Linux -- printing comments

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Textmaker 2008 for Linux -- printing comments

Post by petermross » Sat Sep 13, 2008 1:25 pm

I tried printing one page of a document created by MS Word 2003 that had a number of changes marked up by "Track changes" and also a comment, which appears in a box in the margin in a familiar way. However, when printing that page, the printed version of the comment box contains full first line starting "Comment", but all the subsequent lines only have their first character printed.

To recreate:
1. Create a new document.
2. Type in one line of text. Select some insertion point in the line and add a comment there.
3. Type enough text into the comment to fill two or three lines.
4. Under Tools->Comments->Options.., tick the "Print comments".
5. Print the document.

It's not a print-width problem, I think. At step 4 you can reduce thw width of the comment box, you still only get the first character of the comment lines but the header line (eg "Comment [PR-9/13/08]:") is printed in full, not truncated.

Context: Mandriva Spring 2008 (2.6.24.7-desktop-1mnb), KDE 3.5, printing to an HP OfficeJet Pro K550. TextMaker 2008 for Linux Beta rev 496.

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Re: Textmaker 2008 for Linux -- printing comments

Post by sven-l » Mon Sep 15, 2008 10:36 am

Hello,

I referred your problem to the developers and will inform you here as soon as we have more information.
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Re: Textmaker 2008 for Linux -- printing comments

Post by sven-l » Fri Sep 26, 2008 4:32 pm

Hello,

the problem could be fixed and won't occur in the next Beta version.
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