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    ink applications
    hello

    ink window does not show up in " hide or schow ink window "

    thanks for your help

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    L2014 Mac mini macOS Mojave, iPhone 8+ iOS 12, 12.9" iPad Pro 1 iOS 12, Pencil 1
    More information is needed. If you need help, please provide info.
    -- Bob --
    Please backup. Everything has a life cycle, unexpected and warning free. Nothing will last as long as you want it to.

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    Your Mac's Specs
    Late 2015 5K 27-inch Retina iMac, 4GHz i7, 32GB RAM, 1TB Flash Drive, macOS High Sierra 10.13.6
    A warm welcome to Mac-Forums.

    I'm afraid we need a lot more information; sorry.

    Which Mac - model, year
    Which Operating System (OS)
    Which printer - manufacturer and model number/type

    In general, on a Mac, you would go into System Preferences > Printers & Scanners > Option & Supplies > Supply Levels

    But this may vary with model, year and OS of your Mac; any maybe even vary with printer type.

    Ian
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    ink applications
    Quote Originally Posted by ferrarr View Post
    More information is needed. If you need help, please provide info.
    mac book pro sierra 10-12-6

    this ink see attachement .

    thanks
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    @pacome

    Thank you for your reply. Much appreciated.

    I wonder how you came about this? By that I mean, it doesn't immediately suggest the conventional way to access ink levels on a printer using the Mac. Is this a piece of software that comes with the printer?

    As you are running macOS Sierra, you can get the ink levels by following the route described in my first post (#3), via System Preferences.

    Or have I misunderstood your question?

    Ian
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    Ian, Ink is an app, included with graphic tablets. I had it when I used a Wacom tablet. So, there is more information needed, as it has nothing to do with any printer.
    -- Bob --
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    Quote Originally Posted by ferrarr View Post
    Ian, Ink is an app, included with graphic tablets. I had it when I used a Wacom tablet. So, there is more information needed, as it has nothing to do with any printer.
    Oh... Thank you very much, Bob. I was going down the wrong track completely.

    It is difficult when you have to guess what the original question means with so little to go on.

    I do appreciate your explanation.

    Ian
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    As Bob said, Ink and I believe the associated Inkwell or similar names were Apple apps or extensions that supported some graphic input devices.

    I didn't know it was still supported, at least with the latest modern Mac OS X versions.

    See here:
    https://www.macobserver.com/tmo/arti...rd_Alternative
    and here:
    https://mac.appstorm.net/reviews/uti...ition-feature/


    But as mentioned, we need some more info from the OP.

    And we seem to be getting a lot of new members lately, so welcome aboard, but we do need your input to help answer your questions or problems, hopefully.







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