- Ah! I looked up "print" in the documentation, and I put the following
in my ~/.vimrc file:
And printing from Apple Preview then had no problems for me.
On Oct 29, 1:47 pm, Steven Michalske <smichal...@...> wrote:
> A4 or letter paper, vim defaults to A4 which is a touch longer.....
> depending on your printer settings it can scale the page and whatnot.
> adobe reader is aggressive about pre scaling the pages to fit, apple
> has a prints to size by default
> both have benefits and drawbacks. i don't like it when adobe scales
> a 1:1 drawing I got from a letter sized pdf by 98% to cause me grief
> in matching dimensions.
> yet i dislike A4 pages not scaling down....
> On Oct 29, 2008, at 10:08 AM, aireydc wrote:
> > What is strange is that when I save the 0.pdf preview of the MacVim
> > text file to a .pdf file, say, jobs.pdf, if I print the file using
> > Adobe Reader (v9) I have no run over margins issue, but if I print the
> > same PDF with Apple Preview, I have this problem.
> > On Oct 29, 12:00 pm, aireydc <david.c.ai...@...> wrote:
> >> When I print a text file, I get a PDF preview window that seems
> >> correct with regard to margins, but when I send it to the printer,
> >> the
> >> margins are not respected and text runs off the bottom of the page.
> >> Anybody else have this problem or is the issue known? I'm using the
> >> latest stable release and OS X Leopard up to date, with HP printers.
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