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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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Starting on January 12, 2016, Internet Explorer 11 will be the minimum supported version to continue to receive security updates and technical support on Windows 7 and Windows 8.1.

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Mead & Co today launched ScriptX 7.7, the latest version of the world’s favorite add-on for controlling the printing of browser-hosted content. ScriptX 7.7 introduces license validation that does not rely on keeping root certificate authorities up to date, as well as providing full support for older versions of Internet Explorer and Windows XP. It also features updates to the PDF printing library and a number of improvements driven by user requests.

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The recent hotfix to ScriptX has fixed an issue with selecting a paper size. We try and be as helpful as we can in matching the string describing the papersize to those available but the algorithm had a problem ...

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This error can occur when deploying a new or updated MeadCo Security Manager license for ScriptX. What it means is there is a mismatch between a parameter given on the Security Manager object and the downloaded license file.

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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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Then not surprisingly, ScriptX will fail to work. For some reason it sometimes happens that a critical component of ScriptX becomes disabled with the result that attempts to print/preview give the error "The data necessary to complete this operation is ...

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ScriptX, the world’s favorite add-on for controlling the printing of browser-hosted content, will work seamlessly with Internet Explorer 11 on the new Windows 10 operating system.

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To meet the increasing demand to manage the printing of web-based documents from mobile devices, Mead & Co has extended ScriptX - making it simple to print labels, badges and other documentation from any mobile device ...

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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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