My question is "I was wondering if anyone has used the Peach Snap'n'Print for HP printers"
There seems little point in providing a link to explain what they are, if people have never heard of them or don't know what they are, then they will have obviously never used them. The emphasis of my question is, has anyone used them?
I have a Logitech media keybaord, with this keyboard I have some keys on it which I can assign various functions like, open program, load web page etc, one of the functions that I can assign is KEYSTROKE ASSIGNMENT, I was wondering if it is possible to program one of these keys with an instruction etc that would then Hibernate the pc once I had pressed it.
The lack of a response (and your continual "bumps") showed that no readers had used this whatever it is but a link might have prompted someone to remark on something similar or perhaps an improvement on the original thing that you were asking about.
Regarding "The lack of a response (and your continual "bumps") I have not had a lack of response as "Nan Ominous" posted a reply after I had bumped several times. Most people will know on here that it is sometimes a matter of getting the right person on at the right time for a question to be answered, thats why I have bumped several times
Regarding "a link might have prompted someone to remark on something similar" There is nothing similar to the Peach system and also my question was "I was wondering if anyone has used the Peach Snap'n'Print".
As I have mentioned "I was wondering if anyone has used the Peach Snap'n'Print" which is a simply enough question IMO, if people do not know what they are then obviously they will not be able to answer my question.