The Canon Pro 10 uses two types of black ink - the PGI-72PBK for glossy paper and the PGI-72MBK for matte paper types.
Unfortunately the driver only uses the matte ink if fine art paper is selected - but then you also have to use the fine art size settings which require the printer to use a border of 30mm.
I spent quite some time searching the web if there was some kind of workaround to print with matte ink and also avoiding the borders.
The only solution i could find was to use an additional photo black cartridge filled with matte ink which is swapped with the original photo black ink when printing on matte papers.
Is this really the only way to trick the printer into using the whole paper surface when printing with matte ink or is there another solution which does not require to swap out the inks?
Thanks in advance!