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Big Panorama Printing Problem

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Nov 30, 2020
Lightroom Version
Classic version 11.0.1
Operating System
  1. Windows 10
I used to print 38"x17" panoramas from Lightroom using 360 ppi on my Epson 3880 printer. Now when I do that the print stops before it is complete (28" out of the 38" printed). Not sure at which LR version this might have happened or if it is still something I might be doing wrong. Anyway, by watching the file sent to the printer it now seems that there is a limit of 290 MB for some reason. If I reduce the 360 ppi I usually use to 300 ppi in the print module, I see more of my image print (31 of the 38") but the file size is always 290 MB. I tried unchecking the "Print Resolution" box which resulted in 192 ppi but only a printer file of 62 MB and only about 2" of the 38" were then printed. Anyone have a clue as to what might be going on? This is costing a lot of paper and ink to try to figure out.
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