|Use cloud print on Google Chrome for Ubuntu?||Senthil Kumaran||2/12/11 7:31 PM|
Google Chrome version (type about:version into the address bar): 10.0.648.45 dev
Operating System: Ubuntu 10.10 64 Bit
Please describe your question/comment in detail (for example, steps to reproduce the problem): There is No option in the Under the Hood Stuff or configuring the Google Cloud Printer, only to use Chrome on Ubuntu as a client.
|Re: Use cloud print on Google Chrome for Ubuntu?||iluvmercy||2/23/11 1:34 AM|
|Re: Use cloud print on Google Chrome for Ubuntu?||Hawkwing||4/15/11 4:25 PM|
I can confirm this with version 12.0.733.0 (Official Build 81210) dev. It's a bit annoying, I've been wanting to test this out.
|Re: Use cloud print on Google Chrome for Ubuntu?||SeattleGuy||5/29/11 10:29 AM|
any word on when we will have this feature?
|Re: Use cloud print on Google Chrome for Ubuntu?||undrline||7/14/11 10:24 PM|
Cloud Print is available for Chromium > 11.
Enter this into the address bar:
This will open a page showing many disabled features. Go to the "Cloud Print Proxy" entry, and click on the "Enable" link.
You will have to restart the browser in order for the change to fully take effect.
Then wrench>Preferences>Under The Hood>Google Cloud Print will then be available.
|Re: Use cloud print on Google Chrome for Ubuntu?||arvati||11/10/11 11:05 AM|
People now have created an integration of cups with google cloud print, since chrome for ubuntu now has google cloud print. This integration is what was missing to have full access to google cloud print over ubuntu.
See article in english: http://www.niftiestsoftware.com/cups-cloud-print/
My article in portuguese: https://sites.google.com/site/ubuntu...loud-no-ubuntu
|Re: Use cloud print on Google Chrome for Ubuntu?||gosling146||12/16/11 5:38 AM|
Enabled Cloud Print and now am able to print everything from my Toshiba Thrive tablet. Google rocks!!