Ok, this is really weird. I've had a 1710 for over 2 years now and its always had OS X drivers. Hell, the box even reads that there is Mac support.
Operating System(s): Mac OS X 10.13, Mac OS X 10.12, Mac OS X 10.11, Mac OS X 10.10, Mac OS X 10.9 Samsung M2885FW Mac Printer Driver Download (8.5 MB) Samsung M2885FW Mac Scan Driver Download (49 MB). Jun 9, 2017 - Printer Samsung Software Download OS Compatibility (Windows / Mac OS) – For those of you samsung printer device users for software that.
But for some strange reason i can't seem to find the drivers on their website anymore, even though I KNOW it was there. I'm going to investigate. EDIT: Ok, I found the drivers hidden on their site. I don't know. But you have to do a global driver search to find them. Here is a link that should work: or Not sure which one is newer, but either should work. The 2nd link claims to be for 10.4.
ML-1710 -does- work on Macs Not sure how to paste a quote so that it shows like a quote, but someone wrote: Your printer is not a PostScript printer. Nor does Samsung support your printer on the Mac. It does support your printer on Linux. The Linux driver appears not to be a CUPS driver. You can try it for yourself. Download it here. I can't speak to Samsung's 'official' position on supporting this printer on the Mac, but when I bought this printer several years ago it came with a CD-ROM that had a Mac driver, and the box spoke to Mac compatability.
My dad's been using this printer on his CRT (non-flat) iMac, running 10.4, for years. Recently, after a visit to the local Apple store they wiped the driver out and I've been having the hardest time figuring out a solution. (Can't find the CD, unfortunately) Why the 'f' they don't offer for download is beyond me. Hopefully the links in this thread will help.
We've all run into a printing problem at one time or another. Sometimes a document gets stuck in the queue and won't print, or your Mac can't find your printer on your network. Usually one of these steps will get things running smoothly again: • Make sure the printer is properly connected either directly to the Mac or to the same network the Mac is using • Update the printer driver software • Delete and re-add the printer using the Printers & Scanners preference pane • Restart the wifi router and/or printer But occasionally, these simple fixes are not enough. That's when you have to bring out the heavy-duty tools.
This keyboard shortcut conflicts with a default Mac OS X key assignment. To use this Office keyboard shortcut, you must first turn off the Mac OS X keyboard shortcut for this key. On the Apple menu, click System Preferences. Under Hardware, click Keyboard. If you use StrikeThrough a lot in text documents on your Mac, it would be very helpful to have a keyboard shortcut for it. Because strikethrough is a text style, the shortcut depends on the application you use. Most of the keyboard shortcuts used in the Mac version are directly comparable to those used in the Windows version. The major differences are often just a matter of differing keyboard layout. On a Mac the Option key and the Command key are typically the equivalent of Alt & Control, respectively, on a PC. Find something fast on your Mac. Command-F: Search is a massive part of any computer user’s workflow, from finding the right document to looking for a key word or phrase in Safari. For more shortcuts, check the shortcut abbreviations shown in the menus of your apps. Every app can have its own shortcuts, and shortcuts that work in one app might not work in another. Accessibility shortcuts; Safari shortcuts; Spotlight shortcuts; Startup shortcuts; iTunes shortcuts: Choose Help > Keyboard shortcuts from the menu bar in iTunes. Keyboard shortcut to search for a word mac.
There's a hidden command in macOS that will reset the Mac's printing system. Using it will clear out your list of devices that can print, scan, or fax from the Printers & Scanners preference pane and also do a bunch of behind-the-scenes housekeeping, the details of which you don't really need to worry about. Because it should be used as a last resort, you won't find the command to reset the printing system in any of the Mac's standard menus, which makes it harder to invoke accidentally. But it's simple to do if you know how. How to reset the printing system on your Mac • Click on the Apple menu icon.
• Click on System Preferences. • Click Printers & Scanners. • Right or control-click in the list of devices on the left side of the window. • Click on Reset printing system. • Click Reset when prompted to confirm that you want to reset your entire printing system. • Enter the password for your administrative account if prompted.
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