Ever since Apple introduced Mac OS X, users have been complaining about the inability to easily print a file listing from directly within the Finder.
Enter Print Window.
Print Window offers the ability to print a file listing from directly within the Mac OS X Finder.
No more taking screenshots of window or setting for text-only printouts of filenames only. Print Window provides the works: icons, file information, sorting and more!
Here are some key features of "Print Window":
Print Window works in a very integrated way with the Mac OS X Finder. It allows you to select the folder of which you want to print a file listing right in the Finder without having to first switch to a different application. It accomplishes this with four different methods.
· Command Key
Once you have selected the folder you want to print, simply press Command-P, just as you would in any other application. Print Window will come to the front and show you the print options window for the folder you have selected in the Finder.
· Contextual Menu
Print Window also includes an option Finder Contextual Menu Plugin that will add a "Print File Listing..." option to the Finder's contextual menu. Select the folder you want to print, right click (with a two-button mouse) or Control-Click (with a one-button mouse) on the folder and select "Print File Listing..." from the menu that appears.
· Dock Menu
Print Window also allows you to start printing a file listing by using the Dock. Open the folder in a Finder window and select "Print File Listing..." from the Print Window dock menu
· Drag and Drop
Simply drag the folder of which you want to print a file listing on top of the Print Window icon in the dock and the print options window will appear.
Print Window provides you with full control of what gets included in your file listings and what doesn't.
· Manually Selecting Folders to Expand
You can tell Print Window to print the contents of subfolders of the folder you have selected. You can go as many levels deep as you want, or even manually tell Print Windows what subfolders to look in and what subfolders to ignore.
· Fields and Sorting Tab
You can select what information to include (maybe you just want the name and the size of the file printed, but nothing else) and you can sort file listings by a variety of different criteria.
· Headers and Icons Tab
You can also select to print the files' icons and what size those icons should be printed.
Easy and Efficient
Print Window provides a wide range of options for configuring your file listing and is therefore very powerful. But many people may not need to tweak every setting all the time they print a file listing. Print Window makes it easy to print a file listing without having to configure common options again and again.
· Use as Defaults Selection
What's even better: if you have to change a setting for one file listing, Print Window will still present your defaults the next time you print a file listing.
A Jack of all Trades
· Print Window doesn't limit you to simple file listings.
Print Window Advanced allows you to create CD jewel case and DVD case covers from your file listings. You can also save your file listings as tab-delimited text and Microsoft Excel files with Print Window Advanced!
NOTE: To buy Print Window via the App Store an Apple account is required.
· Any G4/G5/Intel-based Mac.
· Printing requires a Mac OS X compatible printer.
· 30 days trial
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Fixed an issue that would cause "Check for Updates" to erroneously report a new version, even though a new version was not available.