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Hey Mac user! We have a new version of our Print@Home coupon printing software available that replaces the old one. You’ll need to install this new version to keep printing our coupons.
Before you start, please make sure you have the following system specifications:
Next, make sure your Security Settings are set correctly. Go to System Preferences, click Security, and make sure you've set "Allow applications downloaded from:" to "Mac App Store and identified developers" or "Anywhere."
If you have already downloaded the software but have not yet installed, find the download file "P@H_prod308-XXXXXXXX.pkg" in your Downloads folder.
Not sure you downloaded the file yet? Click here to go to our Test Coupon page. Select the coupon, click Print, and the file will download.
After you've located the " P@H_prod308-XXXXXXXX.pkg " file, double-click to open it. The package installer will appear with this screen:
Click the “Continue” button to proceed with the package installation process.
You’re almost done! Just one more step!
Give it a try by going to our Test Coupon page. Select the coupon and click print. Make sure your printer is on and stocked with paper and ink. Chrome and Firefox users will be presented with a Protocol Acceptance dialog box. This is similar to other software that uses protocol. Check the box to "Remember my choice", and the box will never display again. Chrome protocol acceptance box. Step 1, check the box to Remember (this prevents the box from popping up in the future). Step 2: click Launch Application.
Chrome protocol acceptance box. Step 1, check the box to Remember (this prevents the box from popping up in the future). Step 2: click Launch Application.
Firefox protocol acceptance box. Make sure P@H is selected (Step 1, below), then check the box to Remember (step 2 - this prevents the box from popping up in the future), then click OK.
Once the Test Coupon prints, you're good to go. Head over to RedPlum.com and find some fabulous savings!
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