We just got word in from Netputing that there is a quick and dirty tool to install AirPrint on your Mac OS 10.6.5 computers without getting your hands dirty.  It is probably safer to do it the old fashioned way.

I wrote a quick and dirty application called AirPrintHacktivator that will do it for you.  The application allow you to “Hacktivate” or “De Hacktivate” AirPrint by adding or removing the 3 files required… all of this while making a backup of the current files so they are properly restored during “De Hacktivation”.

Here’s AirPrintHacktivator.  Install at your own risk!

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