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DrJava: How to keep line numbers and foot from being printed?

Posted on 2006-10-22
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Dear experts!

Hi again!

I am trying DrJava. I wonder whthere there is a way to keep the line numbers and footer from getting printed.
I already unchecked "Show Line Numbers" option in the Preference.

Thanks!
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I don't really think this option is available.
You could always send a request for change for the team that devellops the project.

Best regards,
valipotor
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