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Re: Print with mupdf?

On 2018-09-20, Gene Heskett <gheskett@shentel.net> wrote:
> On Thursday 20 September 2018 09:31:57 Curt wrote:
>> On 2018-09-20, Siard <shiems146@kpnplanet.nl> wrote:
>> >> > > > Is there any way to print from mupdf? It's very fast for
>> >> > > > viewing PDFs but of limited use to me if it can't print.
>> >> > >
>> >> > > Using a mupdf option? No.
>> >> >
>> >> > Have you seen:
>> >> > gv, epdfview, qpdfview, xpdf
>> >>
>> >> evince, atril
>> >
> I'm with you on the native format. Evince is purty, but doesn't print 
> some stuff correctly if you want it in dead tree format. Never heard of 
> mupdf, so can't comment, whats so special about it?

Lightweight, old-timer.  And
 The renderer in MuPDF is tailored for high quality anti-aliased graphics. It
 renders text with metrics and spacing accurate to within fractions of a pixel
 for the highest fidelity in reproducing the look of a printed page on screen.


But she don't print.

> okular does it all, very well.
>> > You could consider PDF-XChange Viewer. It is a Windows program, but
>> > works perfectly with Wine.
>> Excuse me but why in hell would he do that?  I mean that's quite some
>> overhead just to print a lousy pdf, and as you offer no clue
>> concerning the outstanding benefits that might accrue from running a
>> Windows pdf viewer in Wine rather than some cozy, native program
>> (unless I inadvertently cut out some of your reasoning below, in which
>> case I will be shot at dawn, not to worry) I'm curious as all get out.
>> Me personally I'm recommending 'Alf's PDF Viewer Like Vim' (aka
>> apvlv), though I've never used it (but just might one of these days,
>> you betcha) because I like the name (and it seems to be lightweight
>> like, um, mupdf). And it prints!
>>    :pr[int]
>>                 Print the current document

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