Are the driver Engineers aware of your fix? And why havent they added it to the latest driver?
Just wondering (out loud)
We're having the same issues, but with a Xerox 8580 Color Qube. Changing the paper tray selections in the print dialogue doxes does nothing, as the driver sets the selection back to Tray 1 (MPT) immediately after you click "print". We're running the V5.6.0 driver.
Editing the ppd file for the printer did not solve the problem.
I'm hoping for a better long-term fix from Xerox soon as editing .ppd files manually isn't a long term fix.
Have you had any success editing the ppd? I tried it two weeks ago and I got a message like "illegal ppd" when I tried to use the edited ppd. I am not sure what level the MACos was at though.
I have not had any issues to date utilizing the workaround that I provided. I have mostly moved on from this issue after making my voice heard as much as possible within Xerox, but I still assist coworkers from time to time remotely with this. Are you trying to install the printer through System Preferences with a custom .ppd file? That used to work in macOS but no longer does. If you want to use a .ppd format file for a custom install then you have to do it through CUPS. Otherwise we need to put the edited .ppd back into a .gz file, copy it to the library, and then we can install the printer through System Preferences. That's the method that I exhibted in my video that I shared in one of my earlier responses to this forum topic.
I just noticed version 5.7.2(2221) came out today. Unfortunately we are not allowed in the office (covid). So if anyone is able to test this version for the issue mentioned above and give their results that would be great!
I con't see a changelog or list of bugfixes of the driver version, or am I looking in the wrong place?
Thanks in advance!
YES! it looks like this issues is finally resolved. I put it on 6 Catalina and 1 Mojave MACs today and all them worked flawlessly. I tested it by putting 11X17 paper in tray 1 and each MAC by printing on to letter size paper multiple times. Each print job came out without asking for the paper to be put in to tray 1. So we can call this one closed!