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An AppleScript routines to quickly stop all print jobs
Authored by: vramin on Feb 21, '06 12:18:50PM

szedula-

This looks interesting, but didn't work as I expepcted. Are you using an Applescript add-on?



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An AppleScript routines to quickly stop all print jobs
Authored by: szedula on Mar 11, '06 08:20:42AM

I don't know what you expected. The "on run" routine executes the routines in the library and saves the results to the variable "out." You can see the results when running the script fom within "Script Editor."

The library can be used to assemble your own scripts to do what you want. For example you could write scripts to:
- cancel print jobs (see routine "CancelExamples")
+ all
+ default printer
+ selected printer
- set a selected printer as the new default
+ using a list of available printers
+ specific printer based upon Mac network address (home or work)
- display printer status

This library is not a complete application. Some "assembly is required" to do what you want.

Hope this helps.



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