MFILEMON is a print monitor for 32 and 64 bit MS Windows (2000/XP/2003/2008/2012/Vista/7/8). It automates "print to file" jobs choosing the filename according to a pattern. It can redirect data to an external program (e.g. Ghostscript, to produce PDF).
- Rich file naming scheme supporting many run-time variables, including auto-increment counters
- Can redirect print jobs to an external process
- Can "run as" a regular user (e.g. to access network resources)
- Log facility for debugging
I really like this piece of software but I have the need to be sure to generate a unique file name in ALL conditions and a better integration with calling application. To obtain it I would like to: - include into meta definitions: %P for ProcessID (getProcessId() of the calling process) - have a way to return filenames generated from printing and from subsequent file manipulation Am I asking too much?
Fantastic application. Only recommendation is to allow the external application to be run as the current user. RedMon offers this capability so it should be doable.
A very handy utility. Simple and functional
Good job! Simply works!
Awesome solution. Does what it is supposed to do, and does it good. No unnecessary crap, no malware, no bullshit!