Ray Horsley Ray at LinkIt.Com
Mon Feb 22 11:19:04 EST 2010


Good question.  So I just printed using revBrowserPrint and got pretty  
good results.  In fact, the clarity was the same quality I would  
expect in printing any text and it was not grainy at all.



On Feb 22, 2010, at 5:13 AM, Mark Schonewille wrote:

> Hi Ray,
> Yes, indeed, the printing quality will be bad, but at least you'll  
> be able to print something at all.
> Do you have any good reason the believe that the revBrowserPrint  
> command produces better results?
> --
> Best regards,
> Mark Schonewille
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> Op 22 feb 2010, om 17:01 heeft Ray Horsley het volgende geschreven:
>> Mark,
>> Thanks for this suggestion, but wouldn't that make the print-out  
>> grainy when it comes to the text portion of the print-out?  My  
>> experience is that printing images of text is usually kind of  
>> grainy as compared with printing the actual text fonts (even if  
>> they're substituted by printer fonts).  I can easily try it on my  
>> own printers but that may not reveal what will happen on other  
>> printers.  What do you think?
>> Thanks,
>> Ray
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