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<qt>You are about to set a pseudo-printer as your personal default. This setting is specific to KDE and will not be available outside KDE applications. Note that this will only make your personal default printer as undefined for non-KDE applications and should not prevent you from printing normally. Do you really want to set <b>%1</b> as your personal default?</qt>
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<qt><b>Printer Location:</b> The <em>Location</em> may describe where the selected printer is located. The Location description is created by the administrator of the print system (or may be left empty). </qt>
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<qt><b>Printer Type:</b> The <em>Type</em> indicates your printer type. </qt>
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<qt><b>Printer State:</b> The <em>State</em> indicates the state of the print queue on the print server (which could be your localhost). The state may be 'Idle', 'Processing', 'Stopped', 'Paused' or similar. </qt>
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<qt><b>Printer Comment:</b> The <em>Comment</em> may describe the selected printer. This comment is created by the administrator of the print system (or may be left empty). </qt>
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<qt><b>Printer Selection Menu:</b> <p>Use this combo box to select the printer to which you want to print. Initially (if you run KDEPrint for the first time), you may only find the <em>KDE special printers</em> (which save jobs to disk [as PostScript- or PDF-files], or deliver jobs via email (as a PDF attachment). If you are missing a real printer, you need to... <ul> <li>...either create a local printer with the help of the <em>KDE Add Printer Wizard</em>. The Wizard is available for the CUPS and RLPR printing systems (click button to the left of the <em>'Properties'</em> button),</li> <li>...or try to connect to an existing remote CUPS print server. You can connect by clicking the <em>'System Options'</em> button below. A new dialog opens: click on the <em>'CUPS server'</em> icon: Fill in the information required to use the remote server. </li> </ul> <p><b>Note:</b> It may happen that you successfully connected to a remote CUPS server and still do not get a printer list. If this happens: force KDEPrint to re-load its configuration files. To reload the configuration files, either start kprinter again, or use the switch the print system away from CUPS and back again once. The print system switch can be made through a selection in the drop-down menu at bottom of this dialog when fully expanded). </p> </qt>
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Located in kprintdialog.cpp:112
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<qt><b>Print Job Properties:</b> <p>This button opens a dialog where you can make decisions regarding all supported print job options. </qt>
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<qt><b>Selective View on List of Printers:</b> <p> This button reduces the list of visible printers to a shorter, more convenient, pre-defined list.</p> <p>This is particularly useful in enterprise environments with lots of printers. The default is to show <b>all</b> printers.</p> <p>To create a personal <em>'selective view list'</em>, click on the <em>'System Options'</em> button at the bottom of this dialog. Then, in the new dialog, select <em>'Filter'</em> (left column in the <em>KDE Print Configuration</em> dialog) and setup your selection..</p> <p><b>Warning:</b> Clicking this button without prior creation of a personal <em>'selective view list'</em> will make all printers dissappear from the view. (To re-enable all printers, just click this button again.) </p> </qt>
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<qt><b>KDE Add Printer Wizard</b> <p>This button starts the <em>KDE Add Printer Wizard</em>.</p> <p>Use the Wizard (with <em>"CUPS"</em> or <em>"RLPR"</em>) to add locally defined printers to your system. </p> <p><b>Note:</b> The <em>KDE Add Printer Wizard</em> does <b>not</b> work, and this button is disabled if you use <em>"Generic LPD</em>", <em>"LPRng"</em>, or <em>"Print Through an External Program</em>".) </p> </qt>
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Located in kprintdialog.cpp:154
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<qt><b>External Print Command</b> <p>Here you can enter any command that would also print for you in a <em>konsole</em> window. </p> <b>Example:</b> <pre>a2ps -P &lt;printername&gt; --medium=A3</pre>. </qt>
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