On Mar 29, 2005, at 9:16 AM, Markian Hlynka wrote:
does xcode have some secret hidden printing preferences somewhere? I
just printed a page of text (notes), and the footers with the date
and page number are half-clipped off. Plus, the font is hideous and
too big. Can I change this on a per-file or per-print job basis?
On Mar 29, 2005, at 9:42 AM, Hank Kester wrote:
For what it's worth, I've NEVER printed a page in XCode without the
footer being cut off. This morning, while looking at some old
print-outs, I considered filing a bug report, but I assumed the issue
was fixed. Should we file bugs?
This exact issue was discussed at length with Project Builder. I just
gave up on printing from PB and as a result have never even considered
printing from XCode. I always open the required document with BBEdit,
which does a very nice job.
I do this too. BBEdit is quite nice, with lots of options and features
for printing! And selections are easy from xcode: XCode -> Services ->
BBEdit -> Open Selection. The only problem with that is that I don't
know of anyway in BBEdit to tell it to print lines starting with line
number n. Thus, none of the line number line up with the file in xcode
I just did a test. My page is not clipped, so maybe I'm being unfair
on the Xcode developers. It uses a much bigger font than I would like
so it spread my code over too many pages. I'm sticking with BBEdit.
One thought on the clipping. Have you made the correct selection for
US Letter or A4?
good call, but it was the first thing I checked. :-( Unless there's
another such setting hiding somewhere
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