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Gimp-Print Updated to 4.2.4New version enhances custom page size support, adds new printers
Gimp-Print uses the CUPS printing architecture built into Mac OS X 10.2 to add support for a wide range of printers, particularly Epson printers, but also printers from HP, Canon and Lexmark. The new version adds several HP inkjets and HP PCL laser printers. It also fixes bugs found in the previous version, including a problem with custom page sizes in some applications and print quality issues on certain printers.
Gimp-Print is a free, open-source utility. You can find more information about it in our in depth review by clicking the "Reviews" button on the left. For more information or to download the new version, visit http://gimp-print.sourceforge.net/MacOSX.php3.
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Related Keywords:Gimp-Print Updated to 4.2.4 Gimp-Print has been updated to version 4.2.4-rc1. Gimp-Print provides print driver support to a number of printers not supported in Mac OS X and also offers additional printer features to those printers with limited driver support, such as border-free printing on Epson inkjets from within any application. It runs on Mac OS X 10.2 or higher.
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