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Description of problem:
I want to use a toshiba eSTUDIO650 photocopier/printer. I downloaded the ppd file : http://www.eid.toshiba.com/support/drivers/driverfiles/estudio550-650-810/gl1020-v21/Toshiba_GL1020_CUPS.gz
Every time I modify whatever driver option (for example I change the destination tray from 2 to 1) the option BookletPaperSize is modified to "A4"... Of course, I never asked that and I don't want to write a booklet ! I want that the option BookletPaperSize keeps its former value : "None".
In order to avoid printing in booklet mode I have to set the option BookletPaperSize to "None" whenever I change another option.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Download the ppd file and install it with system-config-printer
2. Set the option BookletPaperSize to "None"
3. Apply this change (the option "None" is now written in the /etc/cups/ppd/toshiba.ppd file)
4. Try to look at the options again : the BookletPaperSize shows the value "A4" which you did not ask for (however, the ppd file in /etc/cups/ppd is not modified)
5. Modify whatever option and apply it
6. Notice that the option BookletPaperSize has been changed to A4 and written in the ppd.
Expected Results: The option BookletPaperSize should not be changed !
This happens because, as you are in a locale that uses A4, system-config-printer
tries to 'correct' page size defaults to A4. It does this by defaulting all
enums with 'A4' as an option to 'A4'. :-/
Fixed in rawhide. As a work-around you can use 'LC_ALL=C printconf' to launch it.
Hello, thank you for addressing this problem.
The work-around does not work for me (although all my locales are set to "C")
When I start "printconf", the GUI still displays "Booklet Paper Size : A4"
eventhough there is "DefaultBookletPaperSize: None" in the ppd file.
Try 'LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8' (the locale in which the paper size agrees with the
I managed to make it work with the command : "LANG=en_US.UTF-8 printconf"
It doesn't work with "LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 printconf" nor with "LANG=C printconf".
Notice that "LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8" sets all the LC_* variables, but not LANG.