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2017/08/14 15:04:23 (permalink)
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Portrait / Landscape Settings

Hello.  I am having an issue in HyperSnap where it continually reverts Portrait orientation in Page Setup even after selecting Landscape.  The page orientation value appears to be stored in the registry under DWORD PgOrient in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Hyperionics\HyperSnap 7\Print.  I've verified that PgOrient is set to 1 before launching Hypersnap.  After launching, the page orientation is set to Portrait despite the registry value.  I've seen this behavior in HyperSnap 7.29.10 and 8.13.03.
 
I believe this problem was fixed in 7.08.00 back in 2011.  However, it appears to have resurfaced.  Has anyone else seen this?  Thanks.

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    Re: Portrait / Landscape Settings 2017/08/14 19:25:08 (permalink)
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    When starting HyperSnap, it's using the system default for the selected printer. You could change the system default page orientation under Print Setup in Windows. But probably the better choice is to set the "Best Fit" option instead in HyperSnap. It will then automatically select portrait or landscape, depending on the size and aspect ratio of the image to be printed.
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    Re: Portrait / Landscape Settings 2017/08/15 12:04:50 (permalink)
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    "Best Fit" did the trick.  Thank you!
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