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PythonWin Print Problem.. Build 210

PythonWin has been a very good ide from early version thru 2.4.

All work ok on THREE of my computers with THREE different HP printers.

Now comes 2.5.
Every thing seems to work the same except when I want to print out a copy of
the source code of my project (about 38 pages)

Version 2.5 acts like it is going to print out the source code but instead
prints from several 100 to over 2000 BLANK PAGES pages and no source.

Attempting to print out Source on SAME equipment (computers and printers)
using 2.4 (WITH NO CHANGES TO EQUIPMENT OR SOFTWARE ) results in
proper print out of source.

Problem has been reported via direct and SourceForge but no response.

Any body else having the same problem?
Jun 27 '08 #1
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"Hutch" <AB*@MCHSI.COMw rote in message
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PythonWin has been a very good ide from early version thru 2.4.

All work ok on THREE of my computers with THREE different HP printers.

Now comes 2.5.
Every thing seems to work the same except when I want to print out a copy
of the source code of my project (about 38 pages)

Version 2.5 acts like it is going to print out the source code but instead
prints from several 100 to over 2000 BLANK PAGES pages and no source.

Attempting to print out Source on SAME equipment (computers and printers)
using 2.4 (WITH NO CHANGES TO EQUIPMENT OR SOFTWARE ) results in
proper print out of source.

Problem has been reported via direct and SourceForge but no response.

Any body else having the same problem?

--
http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list
Did you see the response to the bug report on SF ?
http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index...18&atid=551954

There is also some more info in this thread on the python-win32 mailing
list:
http://mail.python.org/pipermail/pyt...er/005397.html

Roger

Jun 27 '08 #2

"Roger Upole" <ru****@hotmail .comwrote in message
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"Hutch" <AB*@MCHSI.COMw rote in message
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>PythonWin has been a very good ide from early version thru 2.4.

All work ok on THREE of my computers with THREE different HP printers.

Now comes 2.5.
Every thing seems to work the same except when I want to print out a copy
of the source code of my project (about 38 pages)

Version 2.5 acts like it is going to print out the source code but
instead
prints from several 100 to over 2000 BLANK PAGES pages and no source.

Attempting to print out Source on SAME equipment (computers and printers)
using 2.4 (WITH NO CHANGES TO EQUIPMENT OR SOFTWARE ) results in
proper print out of source.

Problem has been reported via direct and SourceForge but no response.

Any body else having the same problem?

--
http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list

Did you see the response to the bug report on SF ?
http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index...18&atid=551954

There is also some more info in this thread on the python-win32 mailing
list:
http://mail.python.org/pipermail/pyt...er/005397.html

Roger

Sorry to report after uninstalling both Python 2.5 and Pythonwin 2.5 and
reinstalling.. THE PROBLEM IS STILL WITH US...
Jun 27 '08 #3
On Apr 13, 9:07 am, "Hutch" <A...@MCHSI.COM wrote:
"Roger Upole" <rup...@hotmail .comwrote in message

news:ma******** *************** *************** @python.org...


"Hutch" <A...@MCHSI.COM wrote in message
news:H29Mj.1174 10$yE1.54267@at tbi_s21...
PythonWin has been a very good ide from early version thru 2.4.
All work ok on THREE of my computers with THREE different HP printers.
Now comes 2.5.
Every thing seems to work the same except when I want to print out a copy
of the source code of my project (about 38 pages)
Version 2.5 acts like it is going to print out the source code but
instead
prints from several 100 to over 2000 BLANK PAGES pages and no source.
Attempting to print out Source on SAME equipment (computers and printers)
using 2.4 (WITH NO CHANGES TO EQUIPMENT OR SOFTWARE ) results in
proper print out of source.
Problem has been reported via direct and SourceForge but no response.
Any body else having the same problem?
--
http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list
Did you see the response to the bug report on SF ?
http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index...d=1907148&grou...
There is also some more info in this thread on the python-win32 mailing
list:
http://mail.python.org/pipermail/pyt...er/005397.html
Roger

Sorry to report after uninstalling both Python 2.5 and Pythonwin 2.5 and
reinstalling.. THE PROBLEM IS STILL WITH US...
Did you make the change that Roger suggested in the file view.py per
the link: http://mail.python.org/pipermail/pyt...er/005397.html

It has been working for me on Python 2.5.

-Jesus
Jun 27 '08 #4

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