My Canon Pixma has been working for a year now and recently, when I tried printing on photo paper for the first time, it filled the paper with black ink. I tried to fix it by editing the properties of the printer. After printing a test page, the smudge cleared and I was able to print on normal paper again. I did not print on photo paper anymore since it looks like the printer can not handle it.
2 or 3 years ago, I switched from ubuntu to mint.
Since then I can't print anymore graphics or photos in high resolution.
My printer is a HP deskjet F380; it is detected as F300 and the driver is the standard hplip.
I see some gutenprint references in installed packages.
It seems all graphic print is in draft quality, either from g-thumb or gimp.
I have mint 17 but it was the same with min
How do I set up doubleclicking on a photo to come up in "feh"?
What I want is the FASTEST photo viewer to pop up the photo when doubleclicked.And, then to be able to STEP through the photos, by pressing a single keyboard key.And, for each of the photos to fit in the viewing window.
Here are my rough results from a quick test:
Gimp = 7 seconds, asks to rotate, autofits, does not step w
I want to set the camera to take photos until i say stop, like every one or two seconds or whatever (start the camera, move into place, let it take LOADS of photos without having to go back to the phone and click it for every photo). Ive looked at thirty or forty photo timer apps, none do this.
I am running Ubuntu 11.10 and am new to Linux. I have this great Epson Stylus Photo 1400 printer which I love because it prints great quality photos and furthermore it can do wide format. But since I ditched windows and went with ubuntu I haven't been able to print to my epson.
The last few photos that I have taken are having this problem:
I take a photo. It looks great. Then when I look at the photo later, there are multiple pictures on top of the photo. I then tried moving some to another folder and I get a picture of a person on a black background (symbol not a real person) and no photo.
Physical photos: the final printed medium? These are the voyages of the iPhoto-printer, Bolle BP-10, on a mission unconnected with sunglasses, exploring the albums of strange new iPhones, to seek out what the replacement ink and paper costs are, and to boldly go where no dedicated photo printer has gone before.