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Borderless printing with a Canon Pro-100 and Windows 10 leaves a white band on the bottom of the print of about a quarter inch. This problem exist since version 1.92 and I still must use version 1.91 to get good print. I expected this problem would be solved by version 1.10 but it is not. I am not the only person that has reported this bug but it has still not been addressed. I wish this problem would be solved in the next update since I cant use the new version of Affinity Photo...

Can a moderator please respond to this problem and tell me if it will be addressed soon. Thank you!

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-- Walt
Designer, Photo, and Publisher V1 and V2 at latest retail and beta releases
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