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Printer not found on OS X #131
There'a bug with the printer Class Name on OSX where the class name can prevent the printer from being found.
I'm almost certain this is a mac-only bug and it seems to have surfaced with OS X 10.11 El Capitan.
@klabarge can you please reproduce on 10.11 and update the documentation here:
We currently state that the Class name can't match the Printer name, but according to the emails we're receiving this may be slightly incorrect.
In all my testing, I was able to use "Detect Printer" to find the printer.
This may require further testing, as it is clear that there is a discrepancy between the Printer name/description and the Printer class/description
The only printer attached to the system was
All of these weird issues can be avoided by make the Printer Name, Printer Description, and the Class Description the same.
This mismatches the screenshot you've provided.
If we're 100% sure of this, we should update our wiki to reflect this, then we can close out this issue... however... AFAIK, the
I think this image does a lot to explain the problem. Once our documentation is update, we can close this out as
You are right, I have updated my post.
Edit: Also added to Getting Started guide via https://qz.io/wiki/2.0-Getting-Started#find-printer. --@tresf