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The CUPS web interface would allow you to direct the print job to another printer. However it's possible to capture a PDF file from the CUPS queue: /private/var/spool/cups total 472 drwx--x--- 24 root _lp 816 Mar 1 14:30 ./ -rw------- 1 root _lp 4403 Mar 1 14:30 c00025 drwxrwxr-x 13 root _lp 442 Mar 1 14:30 cache/ ...


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You may also want to look into the excellent VueScan. I haven't had a need for it in several years but back in the day it was really one of the best there is. Looks like it is still updated regularly.


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Adobe recommends: Mac users: don't use Preview For Macintosh system users: DO NOT use the Preview program to fill in the PDF form. Adobe Reader is the only program that will allow you to work with the form properly, and allow us to read the results once back on a Windows machine. The fillable PDF forms are created with Adobe app. If opened ...


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To search the PDF contents embedded in an email using grep you are facing at least one if not two challenges. The first is that files embedded in an email are not preserved in their raw form and instead are encoded into plain text for transmission in the email message. The MIME format commonly used is Base64 but it's not always the case. You can find more ...


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You might try Paperless. It retains the options across scans, and can do multi-page etc. (And, relevant to the ADF): Paperless will display the Image Capture dialog. If the ADF is supported by Image Capture, the dialog will display Feeder as an option to acquire with. Choosing Scan will cause all pages in the ADF to be scanned. All scan jobs (multipage ...


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Note that Preview cannot "open any PS file" -- it is limited to Postscript files that are structured in such a way that Preview can convert them to a PDF, and then it displays the PDF. That means that hand-coded PostScript may not be compatible, but the output of any commercial application should be.


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Go to: ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.BKAgentService/Data/Documents/iBooks/Books and make a backup copy the file Books.plist. Double-click Books.plist when it should open in Property List Editor, assuming you have Xcode installed. Expand Root>Books and examine any item from Apple to see the format. Find the item containing your PDF (I'll call it 'itemX') ...



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