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Print papersize a4 problem

logtom

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Hi,

I'm on POP OS 20.04 with an old office printer.

Printing via driverless works, but there is a problem with the paper size.

The printer has 2 slots for paper input.

Slot A: A3 paper

Slot B: A4 paper


I try to print a A4 pdf.

Printing via the default system print dialog uses Slot A (paper size A4).

Printing via Firefox uses Slot B (paper size iso_a4).



How can I get the default system print dialog to use Slot B as well?


I tried replacing /etc/papersize from "a4" to "iso_a4", but that didn't work.

Also echo $PAPERSIZE still gives "a4". Same for "paperconf".
 

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