A client called me, because printing isn’t working well in 2016r4.
Code like this:
[code] dim g as Graphics = OpenPrinterDialog
if g <> nil then
g.ForeColor = &c000000
g.DrawLine 0, 0, 200, 200
g.DrawString "Hello World", 200, 100
and print looks ugly in 2016r4, but fine in 2016r3.
I have the same problem, is there a solution for this?
I can’t use r4.1 as long as this “ugly printing thing” exists…
Honestly, I can’t recommend that people migrate to R4 with printing this messed up for Windows apps.
you could route the output to gPDF
should just be one or two lines of additional code,
just an idea
I found printing directly is crap, but printing to pdf then printing the pdf was fine. This was from a Xojo report. As my client is printing to pdf to email this hasn’t been a problem for them.
Did anyone experience problems with direct printing to Dymo labelprinter ?