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Author Topic: qimage turns the image but not the paper around?  (Read 1572 times)
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« on: October 06, 2020, 12:59:32 PM »

Hi im Martin

And i need some advice to:

had anybody have qimage turn the image but not the paper around? Or otherwise told "print landscape" and it printed portrait!

Any idea why this happens and how to fix it?

I did reset the paper adjustments on the Pro 1000 and i feed the data over USB, Wifi and Lan. all the same result. Drives me almost nuts! Wink

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« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2020, 03:46:45 PM »

did reset the paper adjustments on the Pro 1000 and i feed the data over USB, Wifi and Lan. all the same result. Drives me almost nuts! Wink
Hi Martin,
You can rotate the page on the screen simply by clicking one of the two buttons on the bottom See screen snap.
If you want to keep the page orientation but rotate the image, click on the image to be rotated to select it. Then from the bottom of the print tab screen, you see two rotate arrows, a left and a right. Click it.
Just remember that there must be page room for an image to rotate.
If you need more, give more information on your sizes of paper, prints and anything else.
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« Reply #2 on: October 07, 2020, 05:45:52 PM »

Just to add: you've selected landscape for the page orientation and the dashed line on the live view shows how the paper exits the printer.  Notice the dashed line on the right side of the page on the Live View: that is showing you where the printer/paper tray is and thus, how the paper will exit the printer.  In this case, looking at your screen shot, the print emerges from the right side and the paper comes out right to left with respect to the live view. That piece of info should help in determining what you'll see when the printer prints but be aware that this is how all printers/drivers work.  That is, when you select landscape, it is assumed that once the paper emerges from the printer, you'll be rotating the paper 90 degrees to look at the result.  That's basically all "landscape" means to a printer.

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