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After attempting drags in the Preference pane, and even deleting and re-adding printers, I finally realized that the print menu is alphabetical. I believe there is no way, other than renaming, to move my most-important printers to the top, as I would like.
Have same issue with one user. Click on reload button and you will be prompted for password (it is domain password). Also removing computer and adding computer to domain and reinstalling printer helps.
(By the way, CuisinCocaine's linked pdf is not the A4 size of 297 × 420 mm.) I encounter similar problems with my Brother MFC-J6920DW. When you print a document it (longest side) will be reduced to fit within a 3 mm 'virtual' border. For A4 this results in a 98% print. When you print a document with 'borderless' paper settings it will be first scaled up ...
Accordingly with the link here you have to download and install this software: Mac OS X 10.1 (PPD File). After the installation of the file: PPDInst.dmg, I suggest you to install the printer from the System Preferences > Printers & Scanners > (add a new printer by pressing + button) and you should not have problem for the printer's driver.
No. The wifi and the 3G can't be brought up at the sale time on an iPad. But you could turn on wifi when you need to print and get back to 3G after that, or use a service as google cloud print to print documents from the Internet that would require a computer connected to the internet and to the printer.
I had the same problem and this is what I did after reading this question and answer I installed a network printer localhost, I chose HP Laserjet Series PCL 4/5 as the driver Print a document from adobe reader Open Terminal.app and type the following: sudo -s cd /private/var/spool/cups ls -lh Total 1048 -rw------- 1 root _lp 1.6K Jan 18 16:24 c00001 ...
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