Linux emacs printing problem (cups-lpr).
I have an MFC3820CN Brother printer that runs with a cups driver supplied by Brother.
When I print a buffer in emacs the printer starts printing too low on the paper and causes a second sheet to be used for the last three or so lines that should have been on the previous sheet of paper. In other words two sheets of paper are used per page because the top margin is too big.
This same problem happens with gLabels label software, so it's not an emacs problem. Neither software uses the regular cups drivers directly. I assume they are using cups-lpr.
All programs that are using the Cups driver are printing fine.
Does anyone have any idea what might be causing this problem.