As you can see on the picture above, each printer has a reset button and can display two more settings. The first is a paper size for the hot folder. This options is only displayed on the printer PCB. The second one can be used in the event that the printer PCB has a short circuit that causes a continuous reset or endless loop. Next to each button is a tiny display with the corresponding information. So the popout of info is also only displayed on the printer PCB.
Now let's have a look at the different value changes. I've created two presets, which take into account the real usage of your photo prints. In the "real paper" category, most of the paper sizes are set for the highest volume of 3 prints in the stock photo sets (3 prints, 2 or 4 prints in sets of 8 or 16 pictures.) In the "real book" category, the first preset has been set up for an ideal usage, which is printing several books next to each other. The second preset is optimized for a single book.
I've set up a large paper size when the printer is at it's optimum state. If you are printing an album, you'll find that the size of the photos are the same. So when the printer is internally check, it's good time to check the roll for a free state. What happens then? It's only a quick run through the roll to find the beginning of the first paper. When you find the beginning of the paper, you have to push a button on the printer to release the carriage and manually change the size of the paper to the correct size. If you are printing large numbers of books, you'll find a button next to the paper size for resetting the paper size. There will be also a little display in the lower left corner which indicates the last printed text. d2c66b5586