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[IDV #EBK-292875]: IDV v2.9a1: Orientation of hard copy



> IDV supporters:
> 
> I'm running IDV v2.9a1 on an iMac running OSX 10.6.3. I'm trying to make a 
> hard copy of a display (View > Capture > Print). I'm presented with a Print 
> dialog box that doesn't give me control over the orientation of the page 
> (landscape vs. the default portrait). As a result, displays that are wider 
> than they are tall get printed in portrait mode and part of the display gets 
> cut off.
> 
> I haven't found any way to control this from either the Mac side or the IDV 
> side. Is there anything that I can do to print in landscape mode?
> 
> -- Dave

Dave,
     The Print function you are using is still under development, not surprise 
to see your trouble. You can use capture > image and then use other tool to 
print the image, sorry about the problem you ran into.

Yuan
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: EBK-292875
Department: Support IDV
Priority: Normal
Status: Open


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