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Multi File Port Monitor v1.5.2.1604
Multi File Port Monitor v1.5.2.1604 MFILEMON is a print monitor for 32 and 64 bit MS Windows (2000/XP/2003/2008/2012/Vista/7/8/10). It automates "print to file" jobs choosing the filename according to a pattern. It can redirect data to an external program (e.g. Ghostscript, to produce PDF). Features Rich file naming scheme supporting many run-time variables, including auto-increment counters Can redirect print jobs to an external process Can "run as" a regular user (e.g. to access network resources) Log facility for debugging rel. 1.5.2 oct 31, 2017 ------------------------ * Added external program wait timeout * Added flag to hide or show external program * Widened configuration dialog * Fixed various "run as" bugs Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 2,435 Oct 24, 2019
Lorenzo Monti
Print.Test.Page.OK v1.77
Print.Test.Page.OK v1.77 Print.Test.Page.OK is an alternative portable test page printout for all Windows operating systems. Key functions in Print.Test.Page.OK ◆ Test page printout ◆ Windows color palette as a print test ◆ Customizable gradient test ◆ Indirectly improves print quality Other options and specifications ◆ Very small program ◆ Low CPU usage ◆ Optional translation function ◆ Portable ◆ Multilanguage A simple example of using the alternative test page printout Start the program. The first time you will be presented with the standard test page. Currently I have prepared two test pages, but I will expand it if requested by the user. The most important thing with color printers is, of course, the color, which can also be properly tested and assessed to quickly identify any deviations, to detect defective toner cartridges or ink / printer cartridges and to send them back with an existing warranty! You can also print high-resolution images, but clear colors and gradient tests are much better to detect any errors in the print. Sometimes there are also simple dust particles that can be quickly remedied on a laser printer or inkjet printer. Its equipped with two test pages and color gradients so that you can test the printer colors at any time, regardless of whether it is a color laser printer or a modern inkjet printer. You can quickly start the test page printout with the "Print" button. New in version 1.77 // 15 November 2020 • Improvements and some Tests • New languages for alternative test page print: Filipino, Malay and Indonesian • Many thanks to A. Lincoln for the Filipino language. • Many thanks to Indonesian Super Girl for the Indonesian language. • Many thanks to Washington for the Malay language. This download is for the 64bit version. If you need the 32bit version, download here. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 673 Nov 15, 2020
Nenad Hrg
WinPrint v1.5.0.50
WinPrint v1.5.0.50 WinPrint runs in the System Tray and takes standard printer output produced by a DOS application, and forwards it to a default or selected Windows printer. Converts code page, strips empty pages, supports BOX DRAWINGS chars. Works on all Windows platforms. Written in Borland DELPHI. Release Name: 1.5.0.50-beta Notes: New version compiled via Turbo Delphi 2006 Explorer Edition. Changes: -added Epson ESC/P 2 code implementation. -implemented codepage conversion -implemented characters transcoding (for example: 10=>13 converts the line endings in a text file from UNIX to DOS format) -implemented skip empty page option -added BMP logo printing (DPI detection) -English, Polish and Czech interface -configuration stored in ini file -multiple runnings (if winprint.exe renamed) -printer selection -number of copies -implemented PageEnd codes -subscript/superscript codes -implemented CR (#13), LF (#10) and BKSP (#8) codes -direct port capturing (Windows XP or above) -paraller port info (for example: winprint.exe /LPT1) (Windows XP or above) -ability to disable bold and italic fonts (SpecialSettings) and many many fixes Supported codepages: MS-DOS Latin US (CP-437) Mazovia (CP-620) MS-DOS Arabic ASMO (CP-708) MS-DOS Arabic (CP-720) MS-DOS Greek (CP-737) MS-DOS Baltic Rim (CP-775) FreeDOS Mazovia (CP-790) MS-DOS Latin 1 (CP-850) MS-DOS Latin 2 (CP-852) MS-DOS Cyrillic (CP-855) MS-DOS Turkish (CP-857) MS-DOS Hebrew (CP-862) MS-DOS Nordic (CP-865) MS-DOS Cyrillic CIS 1 (CP-866) MS-DOS Modern Greek (CP-869) Bulgarian (MIK) Thai (Win-874) Japanese (Win-932) Simplified Chinese (Win-936) Korean (Win-949) Traditional Chinese (Win-950) Central European (Win-1250) Cyrillic (Win-1251) Western European (Win-1252) Greek (Win-1253) Turkish (Win-1254) Hebrew (Win-1255) Arabic (Win-1256) Baltic (Win-1257) Vietnamese (Win-1258) Russian KOI8-R (Win-20866) Ukrainian KOI8-U (Win-21866) Latin 1 (ISO-8859-1) Latin 2 (ISO-8859-2) Latin 3 (ISO-8859-3) Baltic (ISO-8859-4) Cyrillic KOI8-E (ISO-8859-5) Arabic (ISO-8859-6) Greek (ISO-8859-7) Hebrew (ISO-8859-8) Turkish (ISO-8859-9) Unicode (UTF-7) Unicode (UTF-8) Supported Epson Escape codes: ASCII DEC Efect CR 13 Carriage Return LF 10 (Line Feed) New Line FF 12 Form Feed BS 8 Backspace SI 15 and ESC SI 27 15 Select condensed mode (17/20 CPI) (if 10 or 12 CPI) DC2 18 Cancel condensed mode (return to 10 or 12 CPI) (if 17 or 20 CPI) Esc M 27 77 Select 12 CPI (or 20 if condensed) Esc P 27 80 Select 10 CPI (or 17 if condensed) Esc g 27 103 Select 15-pitch chars SI 14 and ESC SO 27 14 Select double-wide mode (one line) DC4 20 Cancel double-wide mode (one line) ESC W ...
5/5 1,240 Dec 31, 2020
Mieczyslaw Nalewaj
   
 
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