NewsForge: GNOME Photo Printer: A Nifty Little App
Feb 11, 2005, 08:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"For the past couple of years, I've used the GIMP whenever I've
needed to print photos. It's not really designed for that purpose,
but I could size and place the photos where I needed them on the
page. One drawback was that multiple passes were required to put
multiple photos on a page. Now I've found something much more
efficient: the GNOME Photo Printer, written by Sebastian 'fogman'
Vorköper. It's just the thing for my printing chores.
"I'm running GNOME on Debian unstable on my home-built desktop
box. I do my printing on an Epson CX5400 multipurpose
scanner/printer using CUPS..."