A standard sheet of 8.5x11" paper is 279.4mm tall. I’m pretty confident they have the same size paper in Seattle.
The maximum working area of my GF, in the vertical direction, is 278.6mm. That’s 99.7% the length of a standard sheet of paper. WTF?
Is there a hack that can extend the vertical working distance by just 2 millimeters? I do a lot of work with paper, and this limitation forces some of my ‘print’ jobs to working on a single sheet oriented in landscape in order to fit in the working area.