Print Window offers the ability to print a file listing directly from within the Mac OS X Finder. No more taking screenshots of windows or settling for text-only printouts of filenames only. Print Window provides the works: icons, file information, sorting and so much more!
The Standard edition is free but does not have all the features of the Advanced edition. Print Window Advanced Edition is available for purchase and includes all the features described on this page. Both editions come in the same executable file. Advanced features are enabled when a valid serial number is entered.
- Added new "CSV File" Format. This will create a CSV file that adheres to RFC 4180.
- Snazzy new application icon!
- "Print Options" window UI now better fits in with the OS X 10.10 Yosemite aesthetic.
- Global Print Window menu now uses a proper status menu icon, instead of just the application icon.
- Many under-the-hood changes to play better with OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
- Drop Window now uses the same visual style no matter what version of OS X is being used.
- Fixed an issue that could cause icons in the Print Options window to lose their transparency.
- Fixed an issue that could cause the "Select Folder" icon in the Drop Window to have an incorrect appearance in OS X 10.9 Mavericks.
- Fixed an issue where, under certain circumstances, the global Print Window menu could become unresponsive.
- Fixed an issue where, under certain circumstances, selecting a preset from the global Print Window menu could cause a crash.
- Fixed an issue that could cause the Presets menu to revert to default and cause a crash when trying to load presets.
- The Presets menu in the "Print Options" window no longer automatically selects the "Default" preset after adding a new preset.
- It is no longer possible to select the "Names Only" style when any of the "File" formats are selected. Previously, this could cause a crash or incorrect output.
- Improved handling of keyboard tabbing order when "Full Keyboard Access" is turned on in System Preferences.
- Fixed issue that could cause checking for updates to fail.
OS X 10.7 or later