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gui4escputil

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GUI wrapper for escputil (command line utility to manage Epson printers): it allows to watch ink levels, clean print heads, print nozzle patterns, align printer heads, .... with a simple and friendly user interface.

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Features

  • Developed with Mono 2.10 and Gtk 2.12, but it runs also with older Mono and Gtk versions
  • Simple and quick graphical management for the ink status, print tests and cleaning heads
  • Portable, installation is not required
  • Automatic printer discovery

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Languages

English

Intended Audience

Management

User Interface

.NET/Mono, Gnome, KDE, GTK+

Programming Language

C#

Registered

2008-03-28

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