Contributed by: Stacey Roberts
Presuming that you've been able to print the test page during
SETUP and have already (I)nstalled apsfilter on your system, do the
- Click on FILE
- Click on PRINT
The "Print" dialogue box should pop up with the printer installed
by apsfilter during SETUP displayed in the top pane.
Opera is extremely good at picking up printer configurations
in /etc/printcap for each printer installed, so highlight the
printer entry in the top paneand click on the "OPTIONS" tab.
Simply click / select various print options you would require
for your job, and you're ready to print.
This is even easier. Click the "PRINT" button at the bottom of the
dialogue box and very quickly, you should hear the printer
initializing itself and proceeding to print your web page from Opera.
And that's it! Very neat, very tidy.