Iam using a HP Z6100PS 60in plotter and when Iam using page setup to print something, it keeps using the default print size... For exemple :
Printer default print size : 24x60
I want to print a 80x60 but Photoshop send a 24x60 to the printer... even if I entered 80x60... And the bug is for any sizes...
My Windows 7 64bits Taskbar is at the top of my screen. All the documents iam opening in Photoshop are snapping to the top of the screen... super annoying. But when I place the Win Taskbar at the bottom of the screen, no more bug... BUT iam really used to the Taskbar at the top so I would really want a patch for this.
There was a workaround for balky printer dialog operations for the old Photoshop (CS5). Under some conditions going through the [Print Settings] button twice and pressing OK each time would get the settings you have chosen to "stick". I don't know whether this could help work around the problems with your setup, but it might be worth a try.
Wow, kindred spirit (on both issues)!
You didn't mention which PS your using (assuming CS6) but HP Z6100's print drivers for win7 64 and CS5 just plain suck. I'm constantly having to remind PS that yes I do in fact have a Z6100 hooked up in between print jobs - every time I select the Z as the printer to go to I get a "printer does not exist". I'm forced to select a different print, then REselect the Z and then the paper size fun begins. There's no 'sticky' option to keep a Postcript custom page for the last job because PS/HP whoever forgets the printer is there. So I have to recreate the same size every time I need it. And even though I have a 60" wide machine the driver doesn't allow me to make a page size with the width larger than the length (?) - throws a dumb error. I've queried HP about updating their drivers but I wouldn't hold my breath - they're still figuring out what kind of company to be, while canning most of the folks who help us out day to day. So I've just had to come to terms with the bugginess - NONE of this was an issue with WinXP32 and CS3. Three sets of fingers pointing @each other.
I keep my taskbar on top too and don't use docked image windows. No problems with the windows snapping with CS 5 but exactly as you described with CS6. I uninstalled the beta here @work but upgraded @home. Use the auto hide' for the taskbar there, seems to work. but liked it the 'old way' (even though that's kinda sacrilegious around here )...
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