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Firefox 1.0 running on linux fc2 prints squares and blanks instead of Hebrew and Extended Greek Unicode, whether printing is to Epson 860 or Savin (HP laserjet 4P compatible). On-screen display of the page is OK; print preview shows unicode characters, but with odd extra space following. Firefox 1.0 on Windows 2K prints correctly. OpenOffice 1.1.4 and 1.9.65 print the file correctly on linux fc2 (and I presume on Windows 2K). If needed, I can send you the sample html and the (free) unicode fonts that I am using. email@example.com
Vern, Could you provide the following? 1) A sample page (URL) containing the kind of text you're talking about. This should go in the "URL" field above. 2) The output of printing that page to a file. Please attach this using the "create a new attachment" link above. 3) The name of the printer you're printing to, as displayed in mozilla's print dialog?
Created attachment 170374 [details] It is the result of telling firefox to print html text to a file.
When I print to the printer, I choose either "Postscript/Epson860" or "Postscript/Savin" in the printer box.
Vern, did you mean to put a URL in the URL field? It looks like you put a doctype there instead... Clearing URL field, since it doesn't contain a URL.
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