Re: Does OpenBSD Have a Spreadsheet That Prints Properly?

On Tuesday 14 June 2005 07:40 pm, Andreas J. Guelzow wrote:
On Tue, 2005-14-06 at 18:19 -0500, Dave Feustel wrote:
On Tuesday 14 June 2005 05:07 pm, Adrian Custer wrote:
Hello again,

If you can't get gnumeric working on OpenBSD, 

gnumeric works on OpenBSD,  The version that comes with 3.6 
 just has a lot of bugs in the print-to-pdf  routines.

There are no print-to-pdf routines in Gnumeric.

There is in gnumeric a dialog box which allows selection of a generic 
postscript printer or the printing of a pdf file. I choose to print to a pdf
file which I can inspect with xpdf before I try to print it.

(they are part of 
libgnomeprint and you never bothered telling us which version of that
you are running or showing us a single incorrect pdf file.)

My problem with gnumeric is that it always crashes when attempting to
print a pdf file when there already exists a file with name selected as output. 

why don't you install one of the linuxes?

For security reasons, I will only run OpenBSD. Get used to it.
I will only run OpenBSD for security reasons.

In your earlier  message you suggested that you will be using MS

I have decided to use paper and pencil to create  my hardcopy "spreadsheets".

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