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This doesn't seem to be tied any particular application but my printer margins are off and everthing is shifted right. This is also the case even if I have things centered in an application like Office Write.
My printer is a Lexmark Z25 with the vendor supplied driver. I am using raw LPD forwarding to a LPRng spooler on a remote queue.
I have the same problem: MDK9.1, CUPS v.1.1.19, HP DeskJet 9650.
(Foomatic/hpijs). The print is shifted to the left and up.
Hell. Whole day is gone
I am dreaming about the day when I don't have to boot into Windzox just to make a nice print.