Hope this helps.
John, it does. Thanks. That should just about do it. The "above-ground" parts will simply hang over the side.
For now, I'll be using sheets, or printing non-pano proportions on rolls, so a gargantuan landing strip won't be necessary. It's the size of the table--and floor space for it--that matter.
How do you like yours, otherwise? Have you done any nit-picking, yet, when it comes to the B+W mode? And do you ever find yourself missing the saturation of dyes for color? I love my DesignJet for that, and its utter photo-perfection on glossy. But I also dearly want to take a shot at making the kind of air-dried, soft-gloss, fiber-looking monochrome prints I once knocked out routinely with a nice negative and some cherished Seagull paper. Minus the smelly hypo-hands and, believe it or not, Amidol-black fingernails. Marilyn Manson? Fuggedaboudit!
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