Which operating system are you using?
On 12/9/20 1:13 PM, Gary Dale wrote:
I'm running Debian/Bullseye and the printer is attached via USB cable.
My LibreOffice version is 184.108.40.206. My CUPS version is 2.3.3op1. The
printer is using the Epson ESC/P-R driver.
The printer works fine but one thing is driving me crazy. I need to
print to a 244mm x 149mm envelope sometimes. This should load through
the rear paper slot which is provided for this purpose. However I
can't tell Writer to use this size. The envelope is defined as that
size but I can only select one of a list of paper sizes for that
printer in the Print dialogue.
I have the same problem when I try to load the envelope into a paper
tray. I can tell the printer what size it is but that still doesn't
show up in Writer when I try to print.
To make things weird, a number of the paper sizes are given as "User
Defined: 9.999in x 9.999in" but I have no idea how they got there -
although some seem to be standard sizes (photos, envelopes, etc.).
Through trial and error (one or more errors per trial), I've come
close to getting an envelope to print reasonably without spraying ink
outside the paper range. However, the envelope document only vaguely
resembles what is printed. And I have to go through this again if I
try to print to a different paper size.
Is there a way I can tell Writer to use the paper size of the document
so that it actually prints the way I set it up?
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