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Forget the standard print dialog: ClarusX2014 is changing orientation one print dialog at a time

Erica Sadun, @ericasadun
January 30, 2014
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Recently, Apple marked a major Mac anniversary. Celebrate the next 30 years of Macintosh by ditching this guy and replace him with a classic Clarus in your print dialog.

Roby Sherman's ClarusX2014 offers a full rewrite of ClarusX2005, escorting dogcattle into the age of Mavericks. It provides an AppleScript-based utility that updates your page setup and print dialog icons.

You'll need administrator privileges to install any of the supplied custom icon sets shown at the top-right of this post. If you're of an artistic bent and want to make your own 32 x 32-pixel TIFFs, you can use the utility to completely customize your experience.

Me? I went with the QuartzClarus set. Now I find a smile whenever I print.

Moof!

Hat tip Mike Shields

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