I used MikePro2 's advice and it worked. I have a workaround for PDFwriter printing to folder you don't like. I use the Hazel app. It is quite easy to have Hazel monitor the folder, move all new files to a folder of your choosing and rename them according to your method and you don't have to do anything once it is set up.

Snapseed mac for pc cnet. Rated 2 out of 5 by Robert Gabriel from Some issues with the installer and with performance As a professional editor, I've used and enjoyed Adobe products, including iterations of Acrobat Pro, for many years. I upgraded to Acrobat 2017 Pro because Mac OS Sierra cannot run Acrobat 9 Professional.

You can even have it tagged and you can monitor according to contents, my water bill gets tagged due and gets filed in the water bill folder. I actually have adobe acrobat, but I use PDFwriter for persnickety files that won't print the way I want. I replace my user folder in /private/var/spool/pdfwriter (this is where the folder in /Users/Shared points) with a symbolic link to my Desktop folder so that jobs are printed directly to my desktop instead found in the Shared folder. This broke after upgrading to El Capitan with a sandboxd error that prevented the print driver from accessing my Desktop Folder. The solution is to add 'Sandboxing Relaxed' to /etc/cups/cups-files.conf as detailed at tempel's blog entry 'making-cups-printer-drivers-work-again.html' (URLs prohibited). Works for Mac OS El Capitan (10.11.6 ). As mentioned by mitcboo, 'when adding the printer in preferences, instead of using the Generic Postscript Printer pick Other.

And navigate to /Library/Printers/Lisanet/PDFwriter/pdfwriter.ppd' The output is then generated with files bigger than 0 Bytes in following directory: /private/var/spool/pdfwriter It would be nice if you could change preferences like: - destination folder - after PDF-creation start an application with filepath as argument such an automator or similar If those will be available I will give 5 stars!:).