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SUMMARY: Konica/Minolta printer problems...

SUMMARY: Konica/Minolta printer problems...

I only received two responses to this question. Maybe these printers are
new enough that not a lot of people have them, or maybe most people don't
have issues when they set them up (which I suspect is the case)

The responses, none of which helped (but thanks for the time to reply) were:

We had this issue with our Xerox wide-format printer turned out we didn't
have enough memory on it, once we cut the dpi down to 200dpi from 400 it
started printing full sheets.
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I had a bunch of trouble getting a new install of WF3 to print properly
while using .pcf files that had worked perfectly in 2001. It seems that in
WF3 my .pcf settings were only being correcly applied if, after selecting
the desired printer from the "Destination" drop-down, I clicked on the
"Configure" tab in the print dialog box. I don't need to change any of the
"Configure" settings... I simply need to open and close this dialog.

To clarify, I need to step through these mouse clicks: Print > select
desired .pcf from "Destination" dropdown > Configure > OK > OK > windows
print manager opens.
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I did already have my mapkey set up per the second suggestion, so that
wasn't my problem.

After a lot of playing around with it, and testing different settings, and
testing different printers with known good data, I finally discovered that
there is a problem with our printer driver. We route all printer requests
thru a Linux server, and something in that driver on the server is mangleing
the prints to this printer.

Thanks again for all the replies!!!

Darrin Hiebert