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    Colorgate: How to "use" printer margins?

    Does anyone know how I can setup Colorgate to ignore the printer margins (=unprintable borders) for new jobs?

    At the moment, Colorgate always shifts the image a little bit in order to fit inside the printable area. That's quite useful for many jobs but often I receive PDFs which already include the printer margins and therefore shouldn't get shifted in any way.

    For example, I have an A0 sized file (mechanical drawing) which includes an cropping rectangle and I would like to print it on an A0 sized sheet of paper. My printer erases 5mm on each side which would perfectly clear the cropping rectangle. When printing directly out of Acrobat, everything's fine and output is as expected. When using Colorgate, the image will be shifted +5mm to the left and downwards in order to put the whole image inside the printable area

    Does anyone know how to avoid this behaviour without having to manually crop each file?

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    Just use container to shift the document, is the only choice

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    Yeah, good idea but wouldn't Colorgate still split the file into two seperate tiles?

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