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Timesmedia New Member
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Need Mac OS 10.10.1 Yosemite driver for Docucolor 240 with bundled Fiery RIP

I got a new Mac Mini for Christmas (my present to myself)! I can find the printer on the network and install it as a generic Postscript printer, but I'd like to be able to select the special printer features like Oversize Tray 6 with 13"x19" paper. I have the PPD. That should be able to tell the process about the printer...anyone have any ideas? Postscript is postscript is postscript. This shouldn't be a big deal. Is Xerox going to come out with a driver, or is this a not-so-subtle hint to upgrade to a new printer? I own this one and it's working fine for me...

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Community Manager CherylO-Xerox
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Re: Need Mac OS 10.10.1 Yosemite driver for Docucolor 240 with bundled Fiery RIP

Hi Timesmedia,

Thank you for using the Support Forum. Please take a look at this Yosemite post and see if the information in this post will help you.  If this does not help please consider contacting your support centre for further assistance.

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CherylO-Xerox
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Re: Need Mac OS 10.10.1 Yosemite driver for Docucolor 240 with bundled Fiery RIP

The printer aren't compatible with Mac OSX 10.10

 

But if you use the "Fiery Express Driver" and configure the printqueue with "HOLD" the job will be dropped into the "FIery Hold Queue".

Then through the use of Command Workstation you can get a "full feature printdriver" where you can configure all the settings ...

 

I've done this at a customer site not one week ago ...


Btw if you can't install the "Fiery Express driver" you need to go into MAC settings and permit "unknown installation packages".... I'm not super confident on MAC so I can't give you the exact guidance on the mac settings..

 

http://w3.efi.com

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