|I am running a Citrix session under Windows 2008.|
Every time I print a document I get an annoying temporary popup in the system tray, explaining that I have just successfully printed a document (well, duh!).
An example is here:
We use an external IT support company who advise that there is no way (to their knowledge) of suppressing this message.
In fact I used to get two similar messages, but they managed to suppress one of them. I got the impression that one of them was generated by the specific printer driver (which they did suppress) and the other was generated by the operating system (the remaining one, which they could not). I am no techie and have no way of knowing if this is accurate, I just pass on what I was told.
Anyway, I find it hard to believe that there really is no way to suppress it. Any ideas?
Ideally, I would quite like to suppress only the messages which say (1) that the print was successfully printed, or (2) that the toner and/or paper is low, but to continue to provide feedback if the printout fails ie through paper jam, paper out or no toner. I appreciate that this could be asking quite a lot, and if the distinction cannot be made then I would rather suppress all notices.