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I'm trying to find a way to improve printing of coloured jpegs as cd labels using above app. Quality was much better using Windows and I don't see any way ...
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    gLabels print quality


    I'm trying to find a way to improve printing of coloured jpegs as cd labels using above app. Quality was much better using Windows and I don't see any way to change printer settings (e.g. Hi Quality, 600 d.p.i etc) inside Glabels itself. Does facility exist or is Glabels stuck on one print-quality level? Tried using OpenOffice with various templates but positioning isn't very accurate. Does anybody know of another cd-label priting software please? I'm on Ubuntu "Gutsy" using Gnome and would appreciate any assistance

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    gLabels print quality

    What printer are you using? I have had the same problem using HP 960C printer and HPLIP Toolbox installed on Hardy. The HPLIP Printout Mode keeps reverting to 'Normal Grayscale' whatever I set it to. I found that changing the Quality from 'Controlled by Printout Mode' to '600 dpi, Color' works for me.

    Hope this helps.

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