Re: Printing with Konqueror. Small font size
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- From: Cousin Stanley <CousinStanley@HotMail.Com>
- Date: Mon, 28 Mar 2005 14:52:42 -0700
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>> To the bottom of the file ....
| Just one more comment -- this is actually pretty dumb to do,
| I mean, to add your configuration stuff to the file
| which will be overwritten on the next upgrade of KDE.
| Put just your own lines into some separate file under $HOME
| ( what about ~/.kde/konqueror.css? ).
| Moreover, the file itself warns you against this
| (albeit in for you less interesting case of localization changes ) :
| Important note :
| these setting may be overridden by localised CSS.
| Do not add here any localization-sensitive style
Cousin Matej ....
I haven't thought much about this problem
since the original discussion here,
until today when I noticed a post on another NG
asking about small-font printing problems
from Konqueror with a Canon printer in the
same family as the one I use ....
Thanks for the reminder that modifying the CSS
in a central location would be overwritten
by subsequent KDE upgrades ....
In view of potentially wiping out such a local fix
with subsequent upgrades, for a single user system,
such as the one I'm using, I can see how this could
perhaps fall into the dumb-zone ....
But maybe for a multi-user environment,
a temporary fix in a central location
instead of a single fix to each of many
users $home might actually be preferable
and less hassle in the long run ????
I now have the local fix turned off
and since I'm currently printing very little,
I've just been dealing with it on a case-by-case
basis as needed ....
I'd be interested in your views
before I point anyone else toward
this thread ....
Thanks again for your feedback ....
It's much appreciated ....
Stanley C. Kitching