[QUOTE=CDan;2772028]Adjustment should be getting done in the software, not the driver. At least that’s the way it always used to be using CD-LabelPrint. In the driver while printing you can adjust a few mm, but in the software you create a template for each type media where there’s lots of adjustment. Just click on the “select paper” button in CD-LabelPrint and make your template.[/QUOTE]
The problem is that when printing direct to disc the plastic disc tray IS the paper type and also the template, if the plastic tray ran through the same part of the printer as paper does then i agree you could create a template and get the printer to print in the right place, but this is not the case with direct to disc printing.
The tray goes into a separate area where the printer then detects the position of the tray and uses the foil targets to align it for printing, however in my case its aligning it wrong
i now suspect that the tray is not being pulled into the printer enough as other models on youtube seem to draw it all the way in, this link to my google drive shows a video showing the printer trying to make a disc