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    • Antonio Eugenio Burriel's avatar
      Fix pdf issues on printers · 3b094ae4
      Antonio Eugenio Burriel authored and jvoisin's avatar jvoisin committed
      pyCairo by default renders the PDF surfaces with a resolution of 72
      dpi which is so low that the bitmap gets blurred compared to original.
      
      Since pyCairo 1.12.0, a new method set_device_scale(x_scale, y_scale)
      is added, which allows changing the canvas resolution.
      3b094ae4
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