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Weekly Chatter: Center on a 1280 via IP
Monday August 18, 2003

Section 1: Center on a 1280 via IP





Printers > Fine Art/Photographic Printing > Center on a 1280 via IP







AuthorSubject: Center on a 1280 via IP
Bradly Duerr
Posted on Sun Aug 17, 2003 10:48 AM

OK, I have been going crazy attempting to center prints on my 1280 using IP. I have tried setting a custom paper size that is equal to the printable area. I have adjusted the XY scales. Perhaps I am not following the documentation correctly. I do have to admit, however, that the documentation is a little poor in this area.

Help???? What am I supposed to do? I do not want to spend several hours with a ruler and a calculator, making many test prints for every print I want to make.

Andrew Rodney
Posted on Sun Aug 17, 2003 11:25 AM

on 8/17/03 9:50 AM, IR - Bradly Duerr wrote:

> OK, I have been going crazy attempting to center prints on my 1280 using IP.
> I have tried setting a custom paper size that is equal to the printable area.
> I have adjusted the XY scales. Perhaps I am not following the documentation
> correctly. I do have to admit, however, that the documentation is a little
> poor in this area.

I'll have to check again but with the version I have, I don't have any such
problems. What version of IP? What OS? What paper size are you starting
with. There were issues here in older versions if memory serves me but I'm
pretty sure in 5.5 (and certainly 5.6), the images were centering fine. But
I'm also using a 2200 so I'm not sure if that would play into this as well.

Bradly Duerr
Posted on Sun Aug 17, 2003 11:28 AM

I am using IP 5.6, Mac OS 10.2.6. I have been using letter size and 5x7. I also have a 2200 but have no problems with it.

Ian Lyons
Posted on Sun Aug 17, 2003 11:35 AM

>OK, I have been going crazy attempting to center prints on my 1280 using IP. I have tried setting a custom paper size that is equal to the printable area. I have adjusted the XY scales. Perhaps I am not following the documentation correctly. I do have to admit, however, that the documentation is a little poor in this area.

If trying to center an image on the page then use User Defined media size and make sure you insert the ACTUAL size of the media and NOT the printable area.

Open your image and use the Center tool to place the image dead center on the page

Choose File>Print and dialog will appear select Options and put a checkmark against center margins.

Andrew Rodney
Posted on Sun Aug 17, 2003 11:40 AM

on 8/17/03 10:30 AM, IR - Bradly Duerr wrote:

> I am using IP 5.6, Mac OS 10.2.6. I have been using letter size and 5x7. I
> also have a 2200 but have no problems with it.

Interesting as I'm not seeing any issues with 5.6 on the 2200 either. So
this could be a bug with the 1280 driver. Let me ping the boys at ColorByte
and see if they know what's going on.

Bradly Duerr
Posted on Sun Aug 17, 2003 11:41 AM

That option page for the 1280 is grayed out and is not available.

Ian Lyons
Posted on Sun Aug 17, 2003 11:46 AM

In that case centering isn't supported for the 1280

Andrew Rodney
Posted on Mon Aug 18, 2003 10:26 AM

Here's what I got back from the main cheeze at ColorByte:

Its been a while since I played with a 1280 but to the best of my knowledge
there should be a 1/8" margin on left and right. So if you make a custom
page size you need to make sure you subtract that margin from the size you
enter. That should be all. I'm sure he sent a support request to Daniel so
they'll handle it for him.


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