Troubleshooting white lines on the edge of prints
Darkroom Booth | Troubleshooting Guide
In the Global Settings section under Printers double click on your
printer in the list. In the properties, windows click on Advanced in the
top right. In the Advanced window look for the Bleed option at the
bottom left. The Windows default bleed for printers is 30 pixels. This
means that Windows will enlarge and prints sent to a printer by 30
pixels to make a borderless print. Booth lets you adjust the bleed and
defaults to 0. You can adjust this up until the white line goes away.
Normally about 15 to 20 works well but if you have to go over 30 you may
need to check to see if the paper is loaded correctly.
In your print template design make sure to allow a safe area on all sides of your design where nothing important like text or images are. This safe area needs to be between 10 to 15 pixel. The red area in the image below represents a 15 pixel safe area.