Print Graphic Displays with Correct Aspect Ratio
I have some Graphic Displays that are set up in Portrait [1920 (tall) x 1080 (wide)] and when you right-click and select "Print" from the context menu, I am unable to print the Graphic Display with its native aspect ratio; it gets smashed into print-preview view that is obviously designed for landscape graphics, and then prints out all distorted. It doesn't matter what printer configurations you set up, you always get a printout of the "print preview" that is distorted. However, if you print using the Frame Tool Group "print" tool, then it does print correctly using the native aspect ratio.
My question is, is there any way to duplicate the functionality of the frame toolgroup print button without using the frame? I would consider adding it to the right-click context menu, as an aspect / verb button on a graphic, or even as a script. In the workplace I'm using, there are several frames that no not have a toolbar (intentionally) and I would like to call the same procedure that toolgroup print button does if possible.
The tool based print function was the first added and is fundamentally different from the later added print function of PG2 graphic displays. The latter handle printer color substitution also for text where the first perform less good due to font anti aliasing of PG2.
I find your concern of great value and unless someone else here on AKS know about any tweak I strongly recommend forwarding this request for enhancement to your regional ABB sales representative.