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The app ("Photos" in this case) makes those decisions based on your content and on what your printer supports. If you are uncomfortable with this I have developed an app for printing photos that lets you control paper size, job type, sizes (inches or cm), crop, layout and ppi: http://www.clafou.com/print
I just encountered this same problem in Jan 2015, using OS X Yosemite (10.10.2) and Adobe Reader XI (11.0.10). My experience confirmed what bmike said in the accepted answer: If Adobe isn't preparing the file for print until after you hit print in the Adobe dialog - then your only recourse is faking it out by defining a new virtual printer." I ...
Here's a solution that uses LaTeX to generate the PDF. If you have long-form text in the Markdown files and would like to optimize for typographic readability (and I suspect you do), LaTeX tends to do a much better job compared to HTML engines. It uses pandoc as an intermediary between Markdown and LaTeX, and also produces the PDF for you. Main script ...
You could use PhantomJS. It's not as straight forward as WKPDF for PDF generation since it has a wider range of features, but works fine.
You can do this with Markdown.pl and htmldoc(1), both of which can be installed with Homebrew. The basic flow for making a PDF is: markdown foo.markdown | htmldoc --no-toc --no-title -f foo.pdf - As for your filename-per-page, you coul incorporate echo to add it as an HTML element: echo $(markdown foo.markdown) "<p>foo</p>" | htmldoc ...
I have not used WKPDF, but its author suggests a method by which it can be made to work in Yosemite: https://github.com/plessl/wkpdf/wiki/How-to-install-on-MacOS-10.10-Yosemite
I can't replicate this window on my end so I can't say for sure... But.. I would imagine it's under the "Advanced" button next to your printer's IP address. Konica Minolta printers call this feature "Account tracking", where you enter a password that is designated to you/your department so that they can track usage. I would click the Advanced button and ...
same prob here! nas: synology diskstation and printer: samsung ml2010pr do not work with yosemite. one possible solution is actual to send the print over a second mac running osx 10.6. but the prob. is not fixed. hopefully someone can fix this problem soon! thx.
According to Apple, the AirPrint on iPhone is simplified application. It only lets you chose the printer, the number of copies, but not print quality etc.. in other words it use the current Printer defaults. So what can you do? Log in to the printers set up page IP address that you need to know it first, but it is something like (192.168. xxx) and change ...
Normally you can setup header and footer in the page setup or print setup (depend on which program you print from), so that the file name isn't shown. If your network printer support "secure print" then use this feature, because then it will only be you that'll see the printed.
If you look in your console, you'll probably see a message about sandboxd preventing gs from running. Just add this line to the end of /etc/cups/cups-files.conf: Sandboxing Relaxed then type: sudo launchctl stop org.cups.cupsd
This comment in the MacRumors thread fixed it for me: http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p=13090087&postcount=2 Basically go to the CUPS web admin, modify the printer and add the username/password to the samba url for the printer, i.e: smb://username:password@pcname/printername I'm on Mavericks
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