Apple requested that I take down the AirPrintHacktivator page as they stipulate that the application is distributing copyrighted source code and/or software. AirPrint Activator is now replacing the defunct AirPrint Hacktivator application. It provide the same functionality without the use of any Apple files. You can use AirPrint Activator as a replacement of the previous generation Hacktivator application. If present, it will take care of cleaning any Apple files installed by the previous generation Hacktivator when you "deactivate" AirPrint. It will only inject a single line in a CUPS configuration when you select to "activate" AirPrint.
What's new in this version:
- fix small issue with printer combined name length that exceed 63 chars
- added a warning when the presence of an old V1 installation is detected