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Old 04-27-2005, 02:18 PM   #1
jmgreen7
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cups addoption with number of print copies


And for my next question....
I am trying to use the cupsPrintFile function and passing in the pointer to the options array. I try to use the cupsAddOption("copies", 3, num_options, &options).
for some reason, the printer only prints out one copy instead of the three i need.

Is the "copies" option correct? can it be replaced w/ -n or is there a different way i should denote the num of copies to be printed?
 
  


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