All of the applications posted were primarily developed for my own personal use and therefore tend to cater for my own particular needs that may not be shared others.

Having said that, I am very happy for any feedback (good or bad) that you may have.

Please keep in mind these are my ‘pet projects’ I do in my spare time. Sometimes I do have more time to work on them, sometimes not at all.

The best way is to contact me directly. Every application includes ‘Report a bug‘ you’ll find under the Help menu with my address.

You can also leave a comment on this page. I’ll try to answer it as soon as I can.

4 Responses to Support

  1. Hi,

    I have been using your VipRiser app to automate printing a whole lot of campus maps (from a flex app) and it’s working very well.
    However, while your app works great, it’s a very cumbersome process involving a horrible old FileMaker database, applescripts, shell scripts and of course your application.

    You mentioned that your VipRiser might be able to be scripted to open a URL and handle most of the job itself. If this is the case, we would be very happy to pay you to help us configure VipRiser to do this for us.

    Please let me know if you’d be keen to work with me on this.

    Caspar Harmer,
    Soliant Consulting Ltd
    San Francisco

  2. John Neil Thompson says:

    Hi, and thanks for sharing your work!

    I have downloaded and tried several “virtual printers” looking for one function in particular, which none of them seem to have. I would like to be able to specify the number of copies to be printed, and whether to collate the pages. This would allow some pretty cool automation / labor saving — Here’s my example:

    I have a 100-page document full of flashcards — 5 per page — and would like to essentially extract the flashcards. So I thought I could “print” 5 copies, then select every fifth page and crop to a different location, thus “cutting out” all the flashcards at once… There may be other uses, too…

    None of the PDF “virtual printers” I tried — Mac OS’s “Save as pdf” option, CUPS-PDF, PDFwriter, and yours — save “prints” that replicate what a true printer would do with copies & collation options. I wonder if you would consider adding it in future versions, or whether that’s even possible.

    Thanks again,

    John Thompson
    Milwaukee, WI

  3. Ilya says:

    Is it possible to get an OEM version of VIPRiser?

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