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davexnet
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What are the limitations of the eprint system when it comes to honoring the size and resoluion of the source

photograph ?

 

For example, I started with a rather small image, width 674 pixels, hieght 675 - as you can see it's alsmost a perfect

square.  According to photoshop, the print resolution, saved within the image is 204 pixels/inch

giving a print sizer of 3.3 x 3.3 inches.

 

However, when printing through eprint, that was totally ignored, it chopped off the sides and printed as 4 x 6 !

 

Can't eprint honor the internal resolution size/shape or am I doing something wrong?

 

EDIT the printer is the Photosmart D110a

 

 

 

 

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Nobody can explain what eprint is doing ?

OK - I'll give email support a try.

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Hey davexnet!

 

Unfortunately, ePrint will only print photos on 4x6 at this time. We are adding new features to ePrint constantly so this may change in the future.

 

Hope this helps!

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