We have a HP Photosmart B210 series printer.
The driver installed automatically without hassle (10.04 LTS Lucid Lynx) when I plugged the printer in and printing to A4 works like a charm.
However, this printer has a separate tray for photo paper (up to 13 x 18 cm) and while it is possible to choose
Photo Tray as the paper source from the printer dialog, it displays
A4 for the paper type and this cannot be changed. (Printing from the Gnome image viewer.)
Since this Laptop is primarily used by my parents, a one-click solution where they just have to select "print to photo" and have all tray/paper/border/quality settings automatically chosen would be ideal.
I've already updated to the 3.11 drivers from the PPA, but it's not really helping.
For example: I can select Photo-Tray+Best-Quality from the Gnome picture viewer, but in the printer dialog of the picture viewer, I cannot change the paper size from A4, so as soon as I try to print, I get an error telling me that the paper size doesn't match. (obviously, as the Photo Tray only supports up to 13x18cm)
Then I installed the GNOME photo printer, but this utility, while being able to print to the photo tray, doesn't allow me to select output quality and will print with the default A4 paper quality to photo paper ::-)