I've printed CDs/DVDs many years using Epson gear and software. I thought they all were clunky but was overall happy. But Epson's are notoriously prone to serious problems from non-use as their internal nozzles can clog. I am guilty of non-use for many months and have unusbale R200 and R380 in my basement. I was/am thinking of getting a Canon MG5420 as they supposedly print CDs/DVDs.
I say "was" and "supposedly" because I bought one a few weeks back. It did indded have a CD tray. I carefully set it up precisely according to the hyper-spartan manual. The stage pertaining to CD media directed me to pull down a cover underwhich the CD tray was meant to be inserted, but the manual had a stern warning not to insert until a message directing me to do so appeared. No such message ever appeared. Nothing made it budge. That was the sum total of guidance with resppect to printing CDs, although I didn't scour their various apps and utilities.. At that junction I slated it for return.
I state the above to illustrate that I'm not a newbie to CD printing and why I'm reluctant to try the 5420 again. But I see its going to be on sale at a good price at Staples on Black Friday. And I stunbled across your software.
Reading and looking at your templates, it looks likely it does anything I would want to do. And it looks as though it can do so with the printer and drivers installed from within your application without fussing with Canon's Image Garden or whatever. That's what is most important to me.
Is that so? If so, I will buy the MG5420 again and your software and if that works will be a very happy 60+ year old curmudgeon. Who would love to use his stockpile of Verbatim printable media using XP SP3.
My question is: s that so?