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Old 09-08-2004, 11:17 AM   #1
exodist
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evolution printing calendar changes time divisions


In ximian evolution (current through portage in gentoo) we have the calendar set up to 15 minut intervals, this is how we keep our time sheets (most in outlook, but we are trying evolution on a linux system) it seems fine, but when we print (or even print preview) it changes the divisions to 30 minut divisions smashing our schedule together causing problems for our office manager. I have checked all the preferences and printing options and found nothing, any ideas?
 
  


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