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Screenshot Captor / How do you set Auto Print options?
« on: June 25, 2009, 12:43 PM »
I need to quickly take screenshots from my browser and send them to Fineprint (which captures prints and spools them into one job).

But the prints are too small.  If I don't use auto print, set the dialog to show after capture, and print, then I can reduce the margins, and it prints fine.  But using auto print seems to always use some default settings other than what I set up. 

I would have thought that auto print would use the same margins/settings as what I created for normal printing from the dialog?

Find And Run Robot / General Help and understanding pattern scoring
« on: February 07, 2008, 12:31 PM »
I just installed FARR v2.00.145 as a test to see how it would work for me.  Looks like it could be very useful, but I have a couple of questions.

1) how do I remove the 1 -9 labels for the first nine matches?  I don't use this.

2) I don't understand how to use the pattern scoring.  I mean, I thought I did because it sounded rather straightforward, but I am not sure what values to use.  What are the ranges?
For example, I would like to prioritize .exe to show as the first entries in the list, but if I were to search for 'photosh' no matter what value I put here I never see photoshop.exe.  Instead I see a lnk, a "save as photoshop pdf.exe" and a bunch of other non-exe files with "photosh" somewhere in the name.

My understanding was that all matches for a certain high-value extension would be first in the list?

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