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Have fake printer send picture to real printer


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#1 Newkid88

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Posted 05 February 2017 - 10:14 AM

I hope this is the correct place to post this. I looked and looked and finally decided here. I have a photo booth that is running windows 98. The original printer has died. These printers are flashed to operate with the software to print a 4x6 picture. Using any other printer no matter how you set the printers settings. The software will only let it print 1 1/2 x 2. My question. Is there a way to have say a fake printer so the software will think the printer printed the picture. Then have the fake printer send the picture automatically to the real printer so then it could print it at the settings that the real printer was set to. Basically to manipulate the picture size. All of this would have to be able to be done in the background because there would be no way to click or confirm anything in photo booth mode. I can think of what i want it to do and what i think you should be able to do with all the technology today. I just have no clue of how to make it happen if it can be done. I was hoping for a free solution. I definitely do not want to put much more into it. Thanks for any help.

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