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    Default Curious bug

    I don't know if this is the right place to report this, but I've got a bug that has to do with printing a QwtPlot to a pdf.

    I just use the default QwtPlot::print() function to print to a pdf, and it works great. Until I physically print the pdf.

    The pdf file looks fine, but the paper version has a line where none should exist. This leads me to believe that the bug may exist elsewhere, but I'll ask around anyway.

    I've attached the pdf, and a picture of the printed version.
    They are both of the exact same plot.

    http://www.mediafire.com/imageview.p...ey=qy2z5ilhwwo
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/i2zdjinjeuz/print.pdf

    Should I report this elsewhere?

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    Default Re: Curious bug

    First of all I would look into the PDF file and check the lines ( especially the last lines ).

    Uwe

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    Default Re: Curious bug

    I looked around, and I think it's actually a bug in Adobe Reader. I printed the same .pdf file with GhostScript, and that line was gone.

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