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 on: Today at 04:41:24 PM 
Started by Jojakim - Last post by Jojakim
Thanks for looking into it!

It can especially be confusing when you switch to another task while waiting for a search to complete, to get back and not be sure if search is still going on or gave no results or maybe you've made a typo...  Would be helpful to implement some level of feedback.

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 on: November 24, 2020, 02:02:17 PM 
Started by Fred A - Last post by Fred A
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Just found a new trick in QU.

This trick has been around a while, but I forgot about it, and maybe you did too?
It has to do with a very easy way to replace an image in a layout.
You look at your work of art and wonder if image 24 might look better than 22 in that corner.
Simply hold the ALT key down and drag the new replacement on top of the old one.
Nah. Old one was better. ALT Drag old one back.

Fred

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 on: November 24, 2020, 01:45:15 AM 
Started by JayEldee - Last post by JayEldee
wanted to get back before too long. I found that if I print with a border, ie not "borderless," on US Letter, it is centered. I haven't played any further with borderless .
So, the question at hand seems to be answered successfully!
Thanks for the help. If other issues arise I will be sure to ask.

John

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 on: November 23, 2020, 09:46:27 PM 
Started by Kelly S. - Last post by Kelly S.
Mike,

Thanks for the fast response!!  I tried what you said and created a custom paper size (44X66) in Windows printer property tab.  Once I'm back in Qimage, I was able to select the new customer paper size and no more error messages.  The print came out in the right size with some horizonal banding.  The diagnostic print shows many broken lines for Light Cyan... I think it's time to get a new Light magenta-Light cyan print head... should have made the diagnostic print before I made that big print! Well, another lesson learned.

Fred, I'll keep in mind the PCL3 driver, that might come in handy some day when my current driver goes corrupted, which happened more than once before.

Thanks very much guys for your help!!

Kelly

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 on: November 23, 2020, 08:55:31 PM 
Started by robert6 - Last post by CHoffman
I must be an outlier. I might not use my PRO-100 for several weeks, and then print photos with no trouble (knocks on wood). I've never run a cleaning/purge cycle because I can't see any need.

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 on: November 23, 2020, 07:58:27 PM 
Started by Kelly S. - Last post by Fred A



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I have been using Qimage to print on my 44-inch HP Z3200ps successfully for papers up to 24 inches wide.  The driver I’m using is “HP DesignJet Z3200ps Photo V4”.

My driver 44 PCL 3 works OK
Fred

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 on: November 23, 2020, 07:39:11 PM 
Started by Jojakim - Last post by admin
Sounds like some good ideas.  I'll have to check into the feasibility and what can be done.

Regards,
Mike

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 on: November 23, 2020, 07:37:26 PM 
Started by Kelly S. - Last post by admin
When you get that message, it is telling you that given the current printer driver properties, the driver is reporting those values as the maximums.  The first thing would be to click on the "Properties" button on the Printers and Settings tab and make sure you have a 44 inch roll selected in the driver.  Check all (other) relevant settings in the driver because one of the settings is limiting you to that 36 inch width.  Qimage has no control over that: it has to obey what the driver reports and that is what it is doing in this case so we have to look at the driver for answers/fixes.

Regards,
Mike

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 on: November 23, 2020, 06:46:12 PM 
Started by Kelly S. - Last post by Kelly S.
I have been using Qimage to print on my 44-inch HP Z3200ps successfully for papers up to 24 inches wide.  The driver I’m using is “HP DesignJet Z3200ps Photo V4”.

Today, I loaded a roll of 44-inch wide paper but got this message... “Invalid media size.  Please enter values in the following range: Width: 8.27.. 36.00, Length 11.00.. 48.00” when I tried to "user define" the paper width of 44 inches, since I couldn’t find anything on the paper size option list wider than 36 inches.  It doesn’t seem right that you can only print up to 36-inch wide paper on a 44-inch printer.

I have done research on the web but so far found no answers. Has anyone ran into this problem before?  Any help on this issue is appreciated.

BTW, “Enable advanced printing features” option is shaded and turned on.

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 on: November 23, 2020, 03:39:19 PM 
Started by Jojakim - Last post by Jojakim
Dear Mike,

We have been using Qimage for for quite a few years now, so the job log has grown to over 65K entries. This means searching trough the log can sometimes take over half a minute.
Of course it would be great to somehow get faster search results, but I would already be helped out with a progress bar and and/or a prompt window with the number search results.

Also it would be very helpful to be able to choose from an isolated list of search results, aside form the current highlighted results in the complete job log.


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