Within IPP ("media-supported") and the PWG media names (5101.1), the "custom_min_WIDTHxHEIGHTunits" and "custom_max_WIDTHxHEIGHTunits" names communicate that the printer supports custom media sizes and what the range of acceptable values it. I think we just do the same thing in the Semantic Model.
For media-col's "media-size" member attribute we use a rangeOfInteger value for the "x-dimension" and "y-dimension" sub=member attributes when reporting the supported values ("media-size-supported"). I don't know whether the SM supports this kind of representation for supported MediaSize values...
On Jan 23, 2012, at 8:28 AM, Petrie, Glen wrote:
>> Has there been or is there a set of variable for “media size or “printer supported media size” that is expressed as the minimum paper size and maximum paper size. For example a printer may only be able to grab paper that is 3x 5 and only has a paper tray or feeder that is only letter size wide. However, the printer can support any media size between these to limits.
>> To me this makes it easier to report media size supported. The printer does not have to report all the possible size; which could be a large list. The client can use this data to display list of media within the range.
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