-paper pdf option does not work with multiple PDF files

Hello,
pdfprint.exe command line works perfect when printing file by file, with -paper "pdf" option; A3 pdf's are printed on A3, A4 pdf's on A4. So far so good.
When we use the command line with a txt file containing multiple files (or we use a wildcard), then the -paper "pdf" parameter seems to be ignored.
E.g. pdfprint -paper "pdf" -mregeprintjobs c:\temp\filestoprint.txt

Is this correct?

Thanks,
Customer
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Yes, -paper "pdf" parameter is ignored by text file, if you wish use -paper "pdf" parameter, you need pass the PDF filenames to pdfprint.exe one by one, please understand.

We may support read the paper size from a .txt file in the future releases, but we can't give you an approximate date at the moment.

VeryPDF
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Hello,

Thank for your answer. It is clear that you don't support parameters when using a .txt file.
But apparently the -paper "pdf" is also not supported when using a wild card. E.g. printpdf -paper "pdf" -mergeprintjobs c:\temp\*.pdf. Is this correct?

Thanks,
Customer
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Yes, -paper "pdf" doesn't support wildcard too, it is support only the single PDF file in the command line.

However, your suggestion is good, we will try to make -paper "pdf" option to support multiple PDF files in one command line in the future releases.

VeryPDF

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