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Andrew Ziem escribió:
(Sorry, I don't have FC6, so I can't check the new
Say you are adding a new printer using the wizard. You get to the
screen "Printer model" when you realize you forgot to add the PPD.
The wizard doesn't let you add a PPD at this point, and since the
wizard is modal, you can't add a PPD from the main window. So, you
have to abort the wizard to add a PPD.
It would be easier and intuitive to have an "Add a PPD" button on
the Wizard's "Printer model" page.
I agree with you in this regard...
Other printer usability "issues".
I'm not so sure if anyone else has noticed this, but for home users it
is a pain to not be able to adjust printer quality settings as a
normal user and from the standard print dialogs (yes, much to my
dislike, like it is in Windows®), or at least have access to a central
printer "properties" window from where they could set their
preferences for printing quality (dpi, quality settings, paper size,
etc), say, be able to set all quality and other parameters to the
printer, as a normal user, from Programs -> System Tools (Aplicaciones
- -> Herramientas del Sistema in my Spanish localized desktop). I'm sure
this imposes a lot of potential "issues" from security to management,
but maybe by having all users be part of the "print" group by default
and only allow those users to have access to the printer's properties,
and when an admin would like to tighten the degree to which the users
can waste the printer's tonner/ink cartridges fixing the printer's
quality setting to, for instance, "normal" and only the users part of
the "print" group can modify this setting *only during their session*,
and for that particular user *only* (should more than one user may
have an open session in the system, like say, a remote login from ssh
or remote desktop)
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