|Have you tried the "Print To File" checkbox?|
|Paul Moir | 14.10.2009 01:20|
It does not work for me in Kubuntu 9.04 either. The file is generated in ~/PDF but there is nothing visible in it.
However, in the print dialog there is a checkbox to Print to File, and when checked it generates a PDF which does work fine.
If your config doesn't allow that, send me an email and I'll try to figure out what I'm doing right.
Cups pdf printer under linux
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|Cups pdf printer under linux|
|Leo Walton | 28.9.2009|
Currently to create a PDF from Varicad I first create a postscript file
through the print , Print varicad drivers, postscript print. Create the postscript file . Open that with KGhostview which takes AGES
then print to the CUPS pdf printer . Has anyone been able to get Varicad to recognise the CUPS pdf printer directly ?
|CUPS PDF Printer|
|Rudolf Eineder | 20.7.2010 13:27|
For me, using Fedora 10 with GNOME desktop and cups every thing works well.
I added the cup pdf-printer to my local(user) cups setting.
In VariCad Printer selection I simply select 'cups-pdf-printer' and a
appropriate printout will be dropped on my desktop. Only renaming
and moving in the destinaion folder is necessary.