Line skip issue with Epson 3880 printfab .9 windows 8

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Re: Line skip issue with Epson 3880 printfab .9 windows 8

Post by zedonet » Wed Jul 27, 2016 9:47 am

Hello and sorry for the late reply!

For debugging, it would be helpful if you could send some log files and temporary print job files.
I'll send you instructions by email.

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Re: Line skip issue with Epson 3880 printfab .9 windows 8

Post by bass98 » Wed Jul 27, 2016 12:31 pm

i've made it, you have this on email.

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Re: Line skip issue with Epson 3880 printfab .9 windows 8

Post by adrian_hudson » Mon Feb 11, 2019 9:42 pm

Hi,

Was this issue ever resolved? I have just had the same problem. A very fine white line across a print (along the direction of travel of the print head).

Printing from Lightroom to Canon Pixma Pro-10S, print mode Greyscale, resolution 4800dpi. Line appears to be white, very fine - probably one nozzle width, the entire width of the paper.

PrintFab Home L v1.09 - in demo mode

Edit: It doesn't happen at 9600dpi resolution

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Re: Line skip issue with Epson 3880 printfab .9 windows 8

Post by adrian_hudson » Wed Feb 20, 2019 7:18 pm

Its very quiet around here... ;-)

Is anyone going to answer?

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Re: Line skip issue with Epson 3880 printfab .9 windows 8

Post by zedonet » Thu Feb 21, 2019 5:57 pm

Hello,

the "line skip issue" is not actually an issue of our printer drivers so it cannot be easily solved by us.

There is an interference between the application Lightroom and the Postscript interpreter "Ghostscript:

Lightroom creates a print job that splits the image in multiple parts. Ghostscript sometimes fails to combine these parts properly, producing 1 pixel white lines.

A "workaround" is to resample the image to a different DPI size (PPI selector in the Lightroom print dialog).

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