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Last month (June 2017) was stressful for the general community, our customers and us as the June Security Update from Microsoft included a bug in Internet Explorer that led to a breakage in printing, the impact of which maybe took ...

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Release 8.0.5 fixes some issues with the hotfix release 8.0.1. We have also removed the changes made in hotfixes 8.0.2, 8.0.3 and 8.0.4 to work-around the recent IE 11 bug that caused issues with printing the content of frames and framed content.

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On 14th June 2017 Windows Monthly Security Rollup Update KB4022715 was released for Windows 10 (Build 1607) / Server 2016 and Windows Security Update KB4022719 for Windows 7. This update is causing an issue with Internet Explorer 11...

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Hotfix Release 8.0.1 fixes some issues with printHtml(). It also fixes being unable to remove the PDF printing extension if ScriptX was removed first and there is a minor performance and stability improvement when printBackground is not used.

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MeadCo’s browser add-on, ScriptX, enables controlled and consistent printing from Internet Explorer. The latest release, ScriptX 8.0, is officially launched today and is designed specifically for use on Microsoft’s newest edition, Internet Explorer 11.

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In October I talked about v2 of our helper libraries for helping to add control of printing to sites/apps developed with ASP.NET and that they referenced v8 of ScriptX. Back then it was still in beta.

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Version 2.0.0 of MeadCo ScriptX Helpers for ASP.NET MVC is now available on Nuget and Github. Also available is version 2.0.0 of MeadCo.ScriptXConfigurationHandler, also on Nuget and GitHub. All code is available under the MIT Open Source License.

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When a renewed or revised license file is deployed as we describe in its accompanying short note, then anyone who already has a valid (i.e. current) revision of your license installed won't see the installation of the new revision ...

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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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