Google Cloud Print just launched, and we're glad to announce... it works! At least from the Chrome test page.
Google are expected to launch cloud print-enabled Android apps later today, which will mean you can print from your phone direct to your printer -- or indeed any printer that's connected to Google Cloud Print.
The gallery should walk you through each of the steps.
I have an HP Photosmart B210 this is a e-print printer capable of printing via wifi, I'm using this printer in Google cloud print, however there is a downside, the software that comes with it is only for Windows, so to print anything I'm using my Android device.
Transferring the file to my phone, then with HP's app or Cloud print app send the job to the printer which honestly is not that hard but
Is there any easy way to do this? I've tried cloud print but I'm so lost on how to set it up. My HP printer is compatible but I'm seriously confused on how this cloud print thing works any help is greatly appreciated
I am using 12.04 64 bit. I have noticed if I configure (connect) any printer when my machine is connected to Lan (eth port) then it takes print job only if I am connected to Lan. If I try any printing job on wifi, it gets stuck in the print queue.
I am building a web-based application. My users will utilize Google Chrome exclusively. I want to have auto-print when certain pages are opened without the typical Google Chrome print dialogue. Is this possible?
(Note that on other pages I want to access the print dialogue to provide customer with choice of printer and print options).
I'm having trouble getting my networked printer to print and am hoping someone can lend some advice. I'm running openSUSe 11.3 on a laptop and the printer is connected to my desktop which is running Windows XP. I have the printer and several folders and drives shared. I can see the folders and drivers on my laptop but I cannot get the printer to actually print.
I'm setting up print server for custom thermal printer on Raspberry Pi running Linux Debian and I have strange problem. If I print test page it prints ok, same with web page from firefox, but when I try print from google chrome or google cloud printing (I set up cloud printing server), half of page is cut, like there's wrong width defined.