i had found "-setprinter list" before, but had trouble using it, as it would not produce any result, or "list" at all on execution, but only after i was "done" doing the screenshot, and had my batch file completed.
what i intend to do is
- automatically take a screenshot of the fullscreen, or last active window
- print this
- for printing use the default fancy gui that you get when you want to print any image under windows, and have the printer selected manually within this gui
meaning i would rather not like to pass the printername on commandline, but have the user select it manually after the screenshot has been taken
i suppose i could use "run" as commandline, and define the printing gui as parameter, if there was something like this...
or alternatively, copy the screenshot to clipboard, and invoke the printing gui using this clipboard?