Print Documents CM
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Print documents using a contextual menu.   Shareware ($8.00)
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Print Documents CM is a Mac OS X-compatible contextual menu plugin which allows users to print selected documents. The actions of Print Documents CM is as same as those of the Mac OS X's Desktop Printers, which is a printer icon appearing on the desktop. Normally, users must create a Desktop Printer from the Printer Setup Utility, and must drag a document on a Desktop Printer icon to print the documents. With Print Documents CM, users no longer need the Desktop Printers anymore, but all printers still wait silently for the printing command. To print with Print Documents CM, just click
What's New
Version 1.1.2:
  • This version is universal binary for both PowerPC and Intel Mac
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.3 or later



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+5
ttlcntrlprint commented on 01 Apr 2006
Handy CM, works fine, no crashes under Tiger 10.4.5. Very expensive though considering alternate CM's are FREE.

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[Version 1.1.2]


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+218
JimW commented on 27 Jun 2004
Still using "On My Command" print command with no problems - and its free.
[Version 1.0.7]


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Anonymous reviewed on 31 Mar 2004
This newest version (V1.0.5) STILL crashes my finder.
[Version 1.0.5]


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JimW commented on 19 Feb 2004
If you are a "On My Command" user, a free contextual menu program, with over 200 commands you already have a simplified version of this available to you. True, it does not access the Printer Utility or multiple desktop printers, just the default printer, but it does print a selected document from the Finder using a contextual menu and it is free

I have given this a neutral rating since I must enter a rating as a first comment. Comment based on documentation and experience with "On My Command" only.
[Version 1.0.2]

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J0E replied on 02 Jun 2012
Hi Jim,
thanks for the hint! I got startet with omc, created a droplet for printing which is woring, but I don't know how to place it in the context menue.
Please help me!
Joe
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Anonymous reviewed on 19 Feb 2004
Only crashes my finder!
[Version 1.0.2]


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+2
Macal commented on 18 Jan 2004
Clicking on the CM in demo mode just forced the finder to quit and nothing else. G5, 10.3.2
[Version 1.0]


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Downloads:4,098
Version Downloads:1,875
Type:Utilities : Contextual Menus
License:Shareware
Date:01 Apr 2006
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $8.00
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Print Documents CM is a Mac OS X-compatible contextual menu plugin which allows users to print selected documents. The actions of Print Documents CM is as same as those of the Mac OS X's Desktop Printers, which is a printer icon appearing on the desktop. Normally, users must create a Desktop Printer from the Printer Setup Utility, and must drag a document on a Desktop Printer icon to print the documents. With Print Documents CM, users no longer need the Desktop Printers anymore, but all printers still wait silently for the printing command. To print with Print Documents CM, just click on a target document and activate a target printer through the contextual menu. Print Documents CM also supports multiple selection, so users can print several documents from a single command. Support 5 languages: English, French, German, Italian, and Japanese.


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