It is not a secret that TurboPrint is a cool software (I understood it when saw it for the first time)! And it is a great idea to make a FreeEdition version of it for personal uses.
But what really annoys me is that for some printers TurboPrint anyway adds its logo to printed pages in all resolutions (obtained there
I don't ask you to remove this restriction (but, of course, it might be a good step forward). I'd just like to ask you: why did you choose those models of printers not to make them free of the banners? Why namely them?
I won't go so far: I tell you a real case. I have a cool Canon i250 (it is one of the cheapest models; its cartridges are economic enough; it is good for student's purposes!). But to remove TurboPrint's banner on the printed pages I have to pay about $40 for the license. But cost of this printer here is about $50 -- do you feel the ratio? It means for me: it is easy to collect some money and buy another new one which is fully supported by *free* drivers in Linux. Why not to make for such printers an exception in the FreeEdition?
I don't expect an answer, but if you react in any way to this message, it'll be good!
Thank you for your attention.
P.S. sorry, English isn't my mother tongue.