One thing that ALL of the listmakers I've tried are not very good at is printing. Including MLO, which is expensive. I've soured on it a little because I've been using it for years now, and the printing is still extremely shabby. People overlook that part, but remember. People at work and stuff have to take their lists to meetings with them and show it to others and talk about it. These printouts from software are so bad that I'm embarrassed to show it during meetings. So i have to take it to excel, massage it, then bring it. It would be really nice to have some nice GUI controls for modifying and tweaking how the printouts of these lists look. At the very least, if it looks really nice on the screen, it should be one-click solution to print that. We need to be able to present the lists in front of people.
It seems like people just use the standard IE print preview/print component in their software. It's probably easy and cheap or something to do that. What are the better alternatives out there for printing and print preview components? If it's a matter of money, maybe I could donate it to DC for the programmers to use. Hey! That's a good idea...instead of making donations to individuals, could we donate development tools to DC, as a kind of site license that developers can use to create programs?