From: Martin Sevior (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Feb 12 2003 - 16:22:41 EST
On Wed, 12 Feb 2003, Stefano Zanelli wrote:
> Hi, ALL,
> I'm feeling a little bit disgruntled!!!! :-) I'm a long time abi user
> and I had no problem with versions till 1.0.4, then I tried 1.2.99 and I
> wasn't able to print, tried with 1.1.3 on a RH8 machine but the same
> error is present. I know it's my fault but I'm no able to solve it.
> "This is the message error i get: Font data file
> [/usr/share/default/Type1/n02003l.pfb cannot be opened for reading! Did
> it disappear on us? AbiWord can't print without this file; your
> PostScript might be missing this resource" Well... the file is present
> as is n02003l.afm, the .pfb is present in fonts.cache-1, fonts.dir,
> fonts.scale; I never had problem printing PostScript files. I installed
> the fonts file from abiword-fonts-1.2.99 but the error message was still
> there, I replaced the old files in .../Type1/ but the message error was
> still present. I tried to run Abiword_d from inside a
> rxvt/aterm/gnome-terminal/etc.. when I print OK in the print dialog box
> I see on the terminal: "sh: line 1: Letter: command not found"
> I don't really know what to do. I like abiword and I want use it now it
> has table capabilities, but if I cannot print, what is it useful for???
> Thank you
> P.S. I wrote some time ago to the list exposing the same problem, but....
> P.P.S. : I installed abiword-1.1.3-1.i386.rpm
Yes I have that bug in 1.1.3 on at least one of my machines. I haven't
chased it down yet. My appologies but ermmm 1.1.3 was by no means
gaurenteed to work and getting this sort of feedback from users was
exactly *why* we released so t it. So thanks very much and we'll look into
it. Hopefully 1.1.4 will print on RH 8 "out of the box".
I'll see if there is a work around in the meantime coz apart from that bug
and another bad bug with justified paragraphs 1.1.3 is rather usable.
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