Evince not view .ps correctly

Bug #2247 reported by giganttee on 2005-09-13
6
Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
evince (Ubuntu)
Medium
Ubuntu GNOME

Bug Description

Hi, sorry for my english, but i am very stupid in english =P
I will post in pt-br and after a translation made with google =)

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Eu imprimi um arquivo atravéz do Firefox para um .ps e tentei visualizar no Evince. Ele viu o arquivo todo em branco. Daí eu resolvi instalar o gnome-gv e abri nele. Visualizou normalmente.
Depois disso, o Evince começou a visualizar normalmente também. Então removi o gnome-gv e o Evince continua visualizando normal.
Achei que isso se deu porque os pacotes gs-common e gs-esp foram instalados juntamente com o gnome-gv (obs.: esses 2 pacotes continuam instalados)
É como se o Evince dependesse do gs para visualizar os .ps normalmente. Mas acontece que gs não é nem dependência, nem recomendado e nem sugerido pelo Evince.
Alguém sabe o que pode ser?

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I printed an archive from the Firefox for one .ps and tried to open in Evince, what view the archive all blank. From there I decided to install gnome-gv and open in it. He visualized normally. After this, the Evince started to also visualize normally. Then I removed gnome-gv and the Evince continues visualizing normal. I found that this if gave because the packages gs-common and gs-esp had been installed together with gnome-gv (obs.: these 2 packages (gs-*) continue installed)
Are as if the Evince depended on gs to visualize .ps normally. But it happens that gs is not nor dependence, nor recommended and nor suggested for the Evince.
Somebody knows what it can be?

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obs.: using Evince 0.1.9 ( 0.1.9-0ubuntu1 ) on Ubuntu 5.04 amd64

Changed in evince:
assignee: nobody → gnome
Changed in evince:
status: New → Fixed
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