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 on: Today at 03:51:14 PM 
Started by tez06 - Last post by admin
Then collate is turned on: either in QU or in the driver.  In QU, you can check Edit, Preferences, Print and Page Formatting, Collate Pages, Page Print Order, and make sure it is set to "Forward".  If that's already set, you'll need to click the Properties button on the Printers and Settings tab to open the driver: look for a collate option in the printer driver and turn it off.

Mike

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 on: Today at 03:41:00 PM 
Started by tez06 - Last post by tez06
right ok, yes i want the prints to print in order in which i add them if that makes sense but upon trying this it seems to print the last print that i added first, i have turned off auto sort also.

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 on: Today at 03:29:37 PM 
Started by tez06 - Last post by admin
Then I think you mean you want the prints to print in order, not the jobs.  The job is the entire print job: the collection of prints you've added to the live view.  If you add a bunch of prints to the live view and then click the print button in Qimage, that's one job.

Regards,
Mike

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 on: Today at 02:44:17 PM 
Started by tez06 - Last post by tez06
yes thats what i meant, i wanted the jobs i add first to print first and last job added to print last.
regards.

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 on: Today at 09:30:10 AM 
Started by RJUNA - Last post by Fred A
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Hi,
am complete newbie to this forum and to Qimage ultimate. Have PC and Qimage standalone.
#1: How do I close thumbnails, and put new ones into the program from my stored folders?

#2: How do I print an 11x14 inch image on an 11x17 inch media on a Canon Pro 100. This
printer does not list an 11x14 size.

Thank you for any help.

rjuna

No apologies needed for being a newbie. Each of us was at one time.

OK I am jumping in here because I use a Canon Pro 100 also.
There's a criterion when printing that escapes most of us in the beginning.
It is called printable area, That means that even though you select 11 x 17 paper, you can not print 11 x 14 on it because the printable area is 10.731 x 16.685. That means the print size is max at normal settings.
You can get it to fit if you choose borderless in the driver. See snap 003 and snap 004.
Also in 003 you can see the tab that says PRINTS. In there you can select the size print and even customize the size.

Changing folders calls for a mouse click on SNAP 005

Feel free to ask anything and everything. Good folks on here all the time
Fred


 6 
 on: Today at 07:58:08 AM 
Started by RJUNA - Last post by Terry-M
Watch this video, this should help to get you going.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jUd5LpJNBM&feature=youtu.be&hd=1
You should see a circular red "V" button in various places in QU which are links to help videos. The getting started one is top right on the main window. If you cannot see it, go to Help, Show video links.
Terry

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 on: Today at 01:05:13 AM 
Started by RJUNA - Last post by RJUNA
Hi,
am complete newbie to this forum and to Qimage ultimate. Have PC and Qimage standalone.
#1: How do I close thumbnails, and put new ones into the program from my stored folders?

#2: How do I print an 11x14 inch image on an 11x17 inch media on a Canon Pro 100. This
printer does not list an 11x14 size.

Thank you for any help.

rjuna

 8 
 on: January 27, 2020, 01:52:38 PM 
Started by tez06 - Last post by admin
I'm afraid you got me on that one.  I don't know what you mean.  If you are adding multiple photos to a job, the ones you add first will print first unless you have print sorting turned on which sorts prints by size.  Check the "Auto sort" button under the live view: button with 3 rectangles and a down arrow.  If that button is in color (blue), auto sorting is on: just click it to turn it off.  Not sure if that's what you mean.

Mike

 9 
 on: January 27, 2020, 10:45:38 AM 
Started by tez06 - Last post by tez06
hi Mike you are a super super superstar!!, just printed 6 jobs off no problem, yea its a little slower to process but who cares!, guess my pc was too fast for the printer to handle the data, thinking about it webaccess was fairly slow at sending the files, i will have to tweak the processing threads maybe try it on slightly higher settings a bit at a time to find the happy medium, just one other question, when adding multiple image jobs is there a way to set it so it prints the jobs you add first to print them first if you know what i mean?
Thanks again sir!
Regards.
Terry

 10 
 on: January 26, 2020, 03:44:50 PM 
Started by tez06 - Last post by admin
The answer to why the web access tool works is what I said before: it is not sending as much (image) data to the printer so it can get away with printing the sizes you are printing.  It's like driving 35 MPH in your car all the time and everything is fine but the one time you get it on the highway and get it up to 60 or 70 MPH, you notice a problem: pushing the car harder has exposed an underlying problem... which is what is going on here in that Qimage expects the printer to perform at its design specifications given media size and PPI.

Now, getting the printer off that Powerline kit and connecting it directly to the PC that is runninng Qimage may correct the problem.  Ethernet print queues have limits so I usually recommend connecting via USB but I'm not even sure the DJ 5500 has USB.  One other thing you could try is:

- In Qimage, go to Edit, Preferences, Multithreading, Print Processing Threads
- Set that Print Processing Threads to 1 (single core)
- Retry printing

It'll take longer to print but setting it to single core will cause QU to send data to the driver slower, which could help out an ailing/old printer driver by not asking it to use as much memory at one time.

Mike

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