joska wrote:I noticed a small bug - the menu/nice-name is missing the two preceding spaces.
wongck wrote:This looks like a way to hide apps from the drop down.
wongck wrote:Is there any way to hide it from Taskbar ?
joska wrote:Yes, by violating the specifications for menu_register() . Please don't do that, you never knows how this is handled in the future. Maybe a future AES (or version of XaAES) decides not to accept an application doing this?
joska wrote:Yes, you drag it's button to the trashcan. Or right-click on the button and select "Configure" from the popup.
wongck wrote:I mean programmable, like by violating the specs for menu_register(). Again, possible root-kit idea.
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Test Print out from PH Easy Remote Print
Client = CT2_FALCON
LPD server = 192.168.0.100
printer name = lp
Test Print out time 19:34:2
Ektus wrote:I did a test on MagiC With MagiCNet. It works (sort of).
- pherp will terminate after a minute or so with 68k exception
- configuration works
- sending the test page to the printer did produce a result, but I had to cancel the print as the printer was waiting for more data.
- I got a print:
Ektus wrote:Nevertheless, this is the very first time I was able to print something from my Atari to the network printer.
Sending a file over that was printed via NVDI works and prints out okay, but I have yet to find a printer driver and setting that matches my printer.
Ektus wrote:pherp will terminate after a minute or so with 68k exception
wongck wrote:Guess what... I tried to run PH Easy Remote Print on my MagiC and this time it did not hang... !!!
it did hang for me previously.
But now I have a TCP error, that say host cannot be found on my MagiXnet.
Well, I know that I have not really installed it properly. Too much time spend making apps.Ektus wrote:pherp will terminate after a minute or so with 68k exception
And yes, I can simulate this error now.
wongck wrote:May be a quick workaround that you can do now to get you going.... before I release an revision.
1. Keep the "activate watch folder" to off
2. Make a folder that is empty on your drive. Any name will do, just keep it empty.
3. Under configuration, select your watch folder to be the above folder you just made.
4. Save. It should not crash now.
Ektus wrote:P.S.: The printer in use is a Brother MFC-7820N laser multi-function device. I was able to print a document from Signum!4 using HPLASER.TRB
Just drop by the website every now & then to check for something new.MadMax2023 wrote:I am just discovering your new program, how lucky we are
Yes and not only that.MadMax2023 wrote:If i understood well it allows an Atari computer to use a printer connected on a PC through network?
Sorry for the delay in releasing this, but Win 8 driving me crazy with metro, charm etc.... my advice in general.... if you don't have to, don't upgrade to Win 8.
christos wrote:There is a classic start menu program for win8. It's much more practical than metro UI for some uses.
Ektus wrote:Even on windows 7, it's so much more familiar using http://classicshell.sourceforge.net/
jfl wrote:wongck wrote:I wasn't bumping this up but was using this to test my new app.
If your new application allows you to post on atari-forum you got me intrigued
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