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doug shaffer

Weird printing behavior

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Hello -

Below are a couple of postings that were recently made at the Vectorworks User forum site. Can someone from Nemetschek address this issue?

thanks -

David -

We are using VWA+L 9.5.3b1, OSX10.2 with a HP Laserjet 4V printer and have the

same problem. Is it likely that this is a VW problem or an OS problem? If it is a VW

problem, I hope it can be worked out prior to the final release of 9.5.3.

thanks -

d. s h a f f e r

a r c h i t e c t

On Mon, 23 Sep 2002 11:06:25 -0700, david poiron <david@POIRON.COM> wrote:

>Here is a new one:

>

>When printing to our HP LaserJet 5100, text that straddles the page boundary

>prints compressed (and backwards?) together, as if it were trying to fit all

>the text on the page.

>

>We are using Mac OS X 10.2.1. VW 9.5.3b2

>

>Anyone experience this?

>

>Dave.

>

>(btw, VectorWorks 10 looks pretty cool! Does it fix my problem? [Wink]

>

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