Developer Steve Becker has updated PrintMagic for Mac OS X to version 1.1. PrintMagic is a customizable product designed to provide users with complete control over the information they print.
PrintMagic lets you choose the text that you want to print in virtually any program. PrintMagic eliminates the need to print an entire page or pages when all that users want are some snippets, words, sentences or paragraphs, Becker said. The application supports styled and colored text and includes a virtual Desktop Printer that supports drag-and-drop printing. PrintMagic lets you save your selections to a file. Plus, you can add on-the-fly notes to any data that you print.
As of version 1.1, when you quit PrintMagic by clicking on its Quit button, the location of PrintMagic’s window is saved. When you iconify PrintMagic, the iconified view is placed in a better location relative to the position of the full view, Becker said. Also, when the Page Setup dialog box appears, it’s no longer necessary for you to click on it to make its window active.
PrintMagic requires Mac OS X 10.1 or later. A free, fully functional
demo version can be downloaded. Registration is US$24.95. However, PrintMagic 1.1 is a free upgrade for registered users of version 1.0.