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    [AC50 ]save list of voucher

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    Hello,
    is there a way to avoid print but save to pdf the list of vouchers created?
    thanks

    Pol
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    In your print dialog there should be an option to "Print to PDF" (at least on MacOS- and Linux-based systems).

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    I've cups-pdf (linux) but I'd have an option to "save to pdf file"

    where can I write wishlist of AC50?

    thanks
    Pol

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    Quote Originally Posted by polhallen View Post
    I've cups-pdf (linux) but I'd have an option to "save to pdf file"
    All CUPS versions I know of (and I know CUPS since it has been invented by EZ-Software in the 1990s long before it was bought by Apple) have such an option to print into a file, even the Linux version does have it.

    See https://embraceubuntu.com/2006/03/23...sing-cups-pdf/

    In Common Unix Printing System (CUPS) it is the print dialog's responsibility to direct any output to either the printer, a PDF file or a program, but not the responsibility of a device or a software generating any output.

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    where can I write wishlist of AC50?
    Send a ticket to TP-Link support (address is on your country's website), but I doubt that TP-Link will add a PDF generator to the AC50, since such a generator is already there - in your browser displaying output from AC50.
    Last edited by R1D2; 10-11-2017 at 14:38.

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    the usual compatibility browser problem: I use Debian testing and I've this issue only with Firefox using chromium everything works is this Firefox or tplink problem? Pol
    Pol

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    It's a browser-related problem. If a browser implements its own print dialog there is most often a way to force it to use the system's (Debian) dialog instead. Maybe this works better.


 

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