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May 24, 2013, 10:19:30 PM
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Can you run this program?
Its a printer scheduler that will print documents accordingly the following is the link for windows users downloads (only tested on Windows 7)
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ex3053iuxzrg7be/v0_0_14.zip

if you want to see the source code go here (made with QT Tools)
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May 24, 2013, 10:23:37 PM
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Notes: its still has some "visual" kinks to work out but the timming and printer ease of use and useability should be solid Smiley


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May 24, 2013, 10:37:43 PM
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It's not detecting my printer. Also, it's not accepting a file location typed in. I only have one Win7 machine at home but I will try it again at work tomorrow and see if I have the same problem.

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May 24, 2013, 11:13:33 PM
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It's not detecting my printer. Also, it's not accepting a file location typed in. I only have one Win7 machine at home but I will try it again at work tomorrow and see if I have the same problem.

For files you might have to do c:/file path or file://c:/ filepath

What does the dropdown say? Blank?


Appended edit:
it was originally designed to print the weather from a weather website so for websites you to http://
i can't honestly say i've tested it for local files yet.
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May 25, 2013, 03:10:57 AM
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Only win7 machine I have is a laptop (sorry I'm a Linux guy). The laptop didn't work because I didn't have the network printer set for the laptop because its a work computer. Once I configured the laptop for the network and set the home printer as default the dropdown box worked (found the printer). I was able to set the path using c:/file path. I set a time for a scheduled print and it worked beautifully. So well, in fact, that with your permission I will continue to use it.

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May 25, 2013, 05:07:12 AM
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Only win7 machine I have is a laptop (sorry I'm a Linux guy). The laptop didn't work because I didn't have the network printer set for the laptop because its a work computer. Once I configured the laptop for the network and set the home printer as default the dropdown box worked (found the printer). I was able to set the path using c:/file path. I set a time for a scheduled print and it worked beautifully. So well, in fact, that with your permission I will continue to use it.

yeah defiantly I'm glad you like it! Enjoy it while you can, and by that I mean i plan to perfect the GUI system better and sell the binaries and keep it opensource AGPL so devs can run it for free/helpdevelop/etc and clients can pay to help continue support Smiley

And I'm also a Linux dev, i produced windows binaries because that was the original target system when the idea arose, so with that in mind i will deploy with linux binaries Smiley in the mean time you could download qt creator and then compile/run your self Smiley
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May 25, 2013, 05:52:15 AM
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Only win7 machine I have is a laptop (sorry I'm a Linux guy). The laptop didn't work because I didn't have the network printer set for the laptop because its a work computer. Once I configured the laptop for the network and set the home printer as default the dropdown box worked (found the printer). I was able to set the path using c:/file path. I set a time for a scheduled print and it worked beautifully. So well, in fact, that with your permission I will continue to use it.

yeah defiantly I'm glad you like it! Enjoy it while you can, and by that I mean i plan to perfect the GUI system better and sell the binaries and keep it opensource AGPL so devs can run it for free/helpdevelop/etc and clients can pay to help continue support Smiley

And I'm also a Linux dev, i produced windows binaries because that was the original target system when the idea arose, so with that in mind i will deploy with linux binaries Smiley in the mean time you could download qt creator and then compile/run your self Smiley

When you finish your polishing job you're sure to have a winner. I have a 24 foot four winns that I take out fishing and I download the days fishing profile and the NOAA report for the day before I head out. You just gave me a way to automate that so I have more time to prep to go in the morning. Many thanks. Let me know when you have the finished product available.  Smiley

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