Re: Ctrl-L doesn't become new page in hardcopy
- On Mar 11, 5:45 am, Mike Williams wrote:
>On 05/03/2013 19:14, Paul wrote:Thanks, Mike! Works like a charm!
>> Back in the day, a ctrl-L character caused the printer to start a
>> new page.
>> These days...
>> The PDFs generated do *not* replace ctrl-L by a new- page. It just
>> shows up as a square, which represents a nonprinting character.
>> Does the PDF printer determine whether ctrl-L becomes a new page,
>> or does vim?
> VIM does CTRL-L interpretation, not the PDF. You need to have
> formfeed:y in your printoptions setting. See :help popt-option for
> mote detail.
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