Release Notes, PDF2PRINT

Version 1.4 (April 23, 2019)

  • Resolves issue where license extensions could fail if the user did not have administrator access to the installation directory.

Version 1.3.1 (January 4, 2019)

  • End User License Agreement (EULA) updated.
  • Software updated to allow for the licensing system to be hosted on a local server.

Version 1.2.1 (November 6, 2018)

  • User content updated with instructions for generating license with new activation key.
  • Datalogics icons in Windows installer set to higher resolutions.
  • Product installation process now copies required Adobe PDF Library components to a directory less likely to cause conflicts with other programs that also use the Library.

Version 1.1.1 (August 29, 2018)

  • Added support for printing multiple documents and specified page ranges in a single print job.
  • Added support for setting options and input files in JSON control file.
  • Added new parameter, –orientation, to set the page orientation mode. Supported values are “portrait,” “landscape,” and “default.”
  • Added new parameter, –tray, that allows the user to select the paper tray to use for the print job.
  • Added support for “auto” input tray selection that uses PDF page size to select appropriate tray.
  • Added new parameter, –showtrays, that lists the available paper trays of the selected printer.
  • Added End User License Agreement (EULA) to installation process.
  • Updated command line statement to accept optional arguments first, followed by input files.
  • Updated license management platform to support automated evaluations and subscription services, matching recent changes to license management provided with the Adobe PDF Library.

Version 1.1 (October 30, 2017)

  • Corrected a problem where some printer drivers caused a print job to fail.
  • Flattening parameters are now passed to the printer to improve the output quality.
  • The option to collate printed pages now explicitly set for printers that support it when the value “—nocollate” is not included in the command line statement.
  • Corrected a message that provided the wrong program name in output when a license error was detected.
  • A small memory leak has been fixed.
  • Added an installer program that sets the system PATH to find the pdf2print executable for ease of use, and installs the C++ runtime libraries and Adobe PDF Library libraries to the application directory.
  • Removed the requirement for specifying a printer name. The product uses the default Windows printer when the printer name is not specified in the command statement.
  • Improved command-line help offered when user types “-help.”