Re: Re: Re: image scale and print issue with gimp win 2.4.6...

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In the Print dialogue, click the Image Settings and change the X and Y 
resolution.  If it is typically 96 dpi, your images will be huge.  A 
little trial and error and you will be able to work out a calculation to 
fit any image to your paper size.

> 2008/7/18 Howard Larson <hblarson43@xxxxxxxxx 
> <>>:
> > The print.exe plug-in that is part of 2.4 is buggy. The work around is
> > to delete it and use the winprint.exe plug-in from 2.2.
> >
> That won't keep working for forever, though. At some point (2.6?) an old
> winprint.exe you might find won't work any more. Just get used to the fact
> that printing is not one of the well-supported aspects of GIMP on Windows,
> and use some other application to print your images.
> --tml
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