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In order to facilitate migration from ScriptX.Add-on to ScriptX.Services, MeadCo has created an emulation library ScriptX.Print.Client. This enables existing code that targets ScriptX.Add-on (and so can only run in Internet Explorer) to carry on working on a page that targets ...

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We recently added a sample on using ScriptX within a console application to print html content downloaded from arbitrary urls. The sample contains some interesting utility code of using callbacks from the PrintHtmlEx() method and also code for wrapping the ...

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The samples used in the Quick Start Tutorials for ScriptX Client-side printing are now available on GitHub - MeadCo/Visual Studio Quick Starts. There isn't much in the samples which just goes to show how easy it all is, but they ...

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Printed output not as you expected?

With ScriptX every browser's settings can be scripted for specific documents so that printed output is always identical. The same margins, header and footer strings, orientation, scale, paper size and source, target printer, etc., for all types of printing.

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