I don't know if it's the same on the Mac. But on my Windows computer there is a "Page Setup" button in the lower left-hand corner of the print module, just above the filmstrip. That button should take you to the printer driver.
I do not have it either! All the print screens on the instructions show both a Print Setup button and a Print Settings... button on the bottom of the left hand screen. I'm using Windows and am also trying to set up canon pro-100!
There is a page setup button. Heres the issue-on video tutorials after you open the dialog box you have different options within (at least on a mac). There is no question of the buttons on Lightroom. Its within the mac printer driver. Shirley-from the info I have gathered different printers have different drivers, which give you different screens. If you are missing the buttons Im not sure what to tell you. But if you are missing the "Printer Settings" option within the driver, I believe its because the Pro-100 doesn't have this option. Hopefully that makes sense.
I am adding a screenshot to make this more clear. On my mac I clicked "Print Settings". In the popup menu (according to the tutorials) there should be another "Printer Settings" option under media & quality and layout with a very specific area for paper, etc. Mine is missing. I think this is because I am not using the same printer as in the tutorial. If you are missing the main buttons I assume you are using a different version of LR.
I'm experiencing the same missing options in the "print dialog box" as shown in jdecker1978's screenshot above. I'm also using the Canon Pro-100. I noticed this when I upgraded to OSX 10.11 (El Capitan). Has anyone found a solution yet?
I don't have a Canon Pro-100, but I see tons of threads on Google from owners of these printers trying to figure out how to turn off color management in the printer settings. I found an answer that looks promising. I have edited it to be for Lightroom rather than Photoshop:
"If in the Print Job panel you choose a profile rather than managed by printer, then Lightroom will force a no color adjust pathway on the Pro-100 driver, so under the "color matching" menu in the Canon driver, every option will be greyed out. That's effectively a "no color adjust" override in the Canon driver. "
I'd suggest checking your printer manual to verify this. Every printer's printer driver software looks different, but when you are printing with profiles, your goals should be to turn off color management, and set the media type and quality to what your paper manufacturer recommends.
Thanks for your reply. If you take a look at jdecker1978's screenshot, there is no menu option for "color matching". The only possible choices are "Media & Quality", "Layout", "Paper Handling" and "Cover Page". Under the "Media & Quality" menu, the only possible choices are "Feed From" (e.g., where the paper is being fed from) and "Media Type" (with the possible choices of "Auto Select", "Envelope", "photo" and "plain paper").
I updated to the newest drivers from Canon's site and updated LR to 6.6.
Any other ideas?
I'm afraid I don't, Larry. I would suggest checking your printer manual
or trying to get in touch with Canon support, as this is definitely a
Canon printer driver software question. Alternatively, post your
question on DPReview.com - there is more printing expertise there. I
see that this printer is marketed to pro photographers, so there has to
be a way.
July 13, 2016 at 10:48 AM
Print Settings gone from Print Dialog
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From the screenshot displayed above, the Mac has a much more abbreviated page set up dialogue than I have on Windows 10. What is displayed when you click on the Print Settings button instead?
When you click on the Print Settings buttons on a Mac, you get the same options that the screenshot above shows.
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In case someone else was following this thread, I found the solution.
On my Mac, in System Preferences, when you install the Canon Pixma-100, there are 2 options: one using Bonjour and the other one with IJ next to it.
If you have the Bonjour one installed, it limits the printing options (as shown in jdecker1978's screenshot). If you install the one with IJ next to it, Lightroom gives you more printing options. I deleted my printer (the one with the Bonjour) and installed the one with IJ. Everything works.
Hope that helps someone.
This is the answer! Thanks for posting your findings. It's made a huge difference to the quality of prints I'm getting.
But is it IJ or IP ?
larryp says it's the one with IJ, Serge.
Thanks for your prompt answer.
So I am running LR CC on a Mac OS X El Capitan Version 10.11.6 and print my pictures on Epson P800 ( mainly large print 17'' x 19''..40'' roll paper )
I have deleted my printer and system propose only 2 options bonjour or IP that why question
larryp, you are my hero!
I couldn't find the the color management settings in the print dialog of my Epson WF-7620 on the Mac. It shows up on my photo printer, so I actually thought that Epson had removed it for the home office line of printers. But it wasn't Epson's fault at all and you pointed me in the right direction after searching the internet for a solution for month.
In my case, bonjour is just fine. But by default the Mac adds this printer with an "Airprint" connection. And for this Airprint connection the print dialog is reduced to some basic stuff, but all the more advanced settings are missing. Now I re-added the printer with a non-airprint connection and everything is as it should be!
Thank you so much for finding this out!
larryp, many thanks from my site too!
installing the printer (EPSON 3880) as IP (not as bonjour) brought back my printer dialog!