Cannot print full page documents from cups; prints tiny image instead

When I try to print a document from Ubuntu 14.04, I get a thumbnail image of the document in the upper corner of the page, and it’s very difficult to see, because it’s so small.

This has just started happening after I was forced to clear the print queue using the CLI in order to solve another problem.

    $   lprm -  

was the command I used to clear the print queue that started all of this.

How to make paste -d second file print down while looping?

I would like to make the second file label ‘b’ print down the first file label ‘a’, like shifting down the file creating new lines I want it to print all the way down until the first line of the second file hit the last line of the first file. Would I have to put this into a file itself or could I do it from the terminal?

What it does now:   paste -d ' ' a b                        asdf9s  3kf44e                        wfb4rs  c4vb1b                        vl7rcs  orbds0                        cv96rv  medyt2                        cvrb5r  p5f4sd                        7dfxgd                                6hl1df                                05den2                                t9dcfk                                p1d5bg                                 Desired output:  asdf9s    ↓                           wfb4rs  3kf44e                        vl7rcs  c4vb1b                        cv96rv  orbds0                        cvrb5r  medyt2                        7dfxgd  p5f4sd                        6hl1df                                05den2                                t9dcfk                                p1d5bg                                  asdf9s                                wfb4rs                                vl7rcs     ↓                           cv96rv  3kf44e                        cvrb5r  c4vb1b                        7dfxgd  orbds0                        6hl1df  medyt2                        05den2  p5f4sd                        t9dcfk                                p1d5bg                                         Re-looping                    asdf9s  orbds0                        wfb4rs  medyt2                        vl7rcs  p5f4sd                        cv96rv                                cvrb5r                                7dfxgd                                6hl1df     ↓                           05den2  List is about to loop         t9dcfk  3kf44e                        p1d5bg  c4vb1b                        

How to Print a Document from the Modern Library in SharePoint Online?

I have a certain use case of being able to print a document directly from the modern library using a button. Almost a one click solution. I had a quick look around and found ways to print a modern SharePoint page, or to print list items.

But I didn’t find a way to implement this using SharePoint framework. Has anyone seen a similar solution?

Thank you

Print the content part of DIV in SharePoint 2013

I`ve researched a lot and spent more than 24 hours on it, but what ever reason adding the following in Content Editor WebPart on SharePoint 2013 List page, doesn’t does the job as expected. Expectation: To Print the content and no blank pages.

If I just give the print command with no Javascript or CSS code to customized printing, then its prints blank pages apart from the original content.

Following code added to Content Editor WebPart –

<script type="text/javascript" src="https://jqueryjs.googlecode.com/files/jquery-1.3.1.min.js"> </script><script type="text/javascript">      function PrintElem(elem)     {         Popup($  (elem).html());     }      function Popup(data)      {         var mywindow = window.open('', 'my div', 'height=auto,width=600');         mywindow.document.write('<html><head><title>my div</title>');         /*optional stylesheet*/ //mywindow.document.write('<link rel="stylesheet" href="main.css" type="text/css" />');         mywindow.document.write('</head><body >');         mywindow.document.write(data);         mywindow.document.write('</body></html>');          mywindow.print();         mywindow.close();          return true;     }  </script>  <input type="button" value="Print Div" onclick="PrintElem(&#39;#WebPartWPQ2&#39;)"/>​​​​​​​​​ 

Please suggest where am i wrong? Also, I`ve tried with having the print.css with @media print function, but that print with extra blank pages, due to which I went for printing only the DIV content ( in order to avoid blank page)

Epson XP-245 can’t found any drives and even don’t print

I just bought an Epson printer XP-245 I tried with the normal setup connecting wireless but it not printing or scanning. I searched too but nothing worked for me. My system is a hp laptop db1015na with Ryzen 5 3500U and running Ubuntu 10.04.03. I found a way round using the e-mail system and with my smartphone but I still like to print and scan without jumping hopes

Thanks in advance

How to disable print option for particular user

I have a folder in the Document library.

It has been shared with two group of users(after breaking inherit permissions).

I wanted first group to able to print the documents but not the second group. I understand that, I can disable print option using IRM.

But it disabling at complete folder level.

So, when the first group member login, they are unable to print as IRM disabled it. How to achieve it for selective group members?

Please help.

what is the event for this product price print in home page in magento 2

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when i open that Lenovo storage 1.2 T

product

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I customized the product price by this event

1)catalog_product_get_final_price

2)catalog_product_collection_load_after

3)checkout_cart_product_add_after

but home page products showing the wrong price

how I can fix with my customized event product price for those blocks??

my Magento ver 2.2.6

Are “print” links needed on a website?

What do you think, does a website for a general audience need a “print” link or will the users know how to print the page for themselves (using the browser controls)?

Some background:

  • It’s not a content-heavy website, so printing won’t be a primary usecase.
  • The design has a quite heavy background that can make people stop and think before printing the page, therefore having the print option may also give the right signal to the customers that the page can be printed properly.