Photoshop CS5 does not print amount of images accurately!
what ever you ask for above 1 copy of an image you do not get it..
you ask for 5 you get 1 you ask for 8 you get 1.. sometimes you get the leftover amount from the previous image printed on the new image..
adobe support has no idea about this problem..I'm assuming most people print one image and they don't recognize the problem since CS5 is just on the market... try print multiple copies and see what happens?
I'm assuming most people print one image and they don't recognize the problem since CS5 is just on the market... try print multiple copies and see what happens?
This issue has been reported by other users and is under investigation. It does not occur on all systems and seems to boil down to a miscommunication between printer driver ansd PS CS5 on some printers. If acceptable, try to save as PDF and print from Acrobat.
about time i got an answer that makes sense!!! thank god...thank youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu!!!!!!!!!
speaking to someone on the other end of the world doesn't make it easy to translate....
i hear you about trying to print using Acrobat but I just reverted back to cs3 where is works i print i image after another quickly once i produce a composite in my business so so hard to jump around programs until its addressed by adobe... i just use cs3
I was interested to find others having this same problem a year ago. The same printing problem occurs with me, and it's quite a problem. I'm specific with how many print copies I need for clients and myself.
When I send to print using PS CS5 I will enter, for example, 3 copies. It will print 1 and stop. When I send the file to print a second time and specify 1 print, it will print 2 copies. But it's not always consistent, EXCEPT that the first time it will never print multiple copies - just one copy.
Has anyone found out a solution to this after a year's time? Having to save as a PDF and print that way seems something of a cop-out. The CS5 program is outstanding in almost every other way. This is one of the very few serious bugs I've encountered.
The solution is purported to be to get a driver update.
Since the problem seems to be a "delay" or "staging" of the values being sent to the driver through some intermediate location, a workaround has been proposed that may be helpful. This may depend on the printer driver:
1. Set the copy count you want.
2. Hit the Print Settings... button.
3. Go into the Printer Driver setup screens and verify the copy count.
4. Then do the print.