[chirp_users] Print Function

Brett Bump bbump at rsts.org
Wed Mar 6 06:52:43 PST 2013


Hi Ross,

If you want an exact printout the way Chirp displays the page, the easiest
way is to snapshot your screen, and then print the image.  From linux this
can be done with a myriad of different tools:

import    (included on my linux distros, part of ImageMagick)
ksnapshot (included with the KDE desktop manager)
Prt-Scn   (using the keyboard Print-Screen button from GNOME)
Shutter   (the gold-standard app for Ubuntu users)

Or, if you are still stuck with a proprietary system (Windows), you could
always hold shift->Print-Screen which will put the image in the paste
buffer, then start paint and paste your image into paint.  Then print
from paint.

Brett

On Wed, 6 Mar 2013, Josef Zeevi wrote:

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> Export to CSV and then you manage the printout in whatever way you want (plus, you have a backup of your settings)
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> From: Elaine & Ross Carr [mailto:carrelro at sympatico.ca]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2013 8:25 AM
> To: chirp_users at intrepid.danplanet.com
> Subject: [chirp_users] Print Function
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> Hi folks:
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> What's the possibility of having a simple "PRINT" function added to the programme?
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> It would come in handy to enable a printout of frequencies and settings.
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> It's nice to have a hard copy, just in case of a system crash.
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> Regards
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> VE3GLY - Ross
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