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with KB4022715 and frame-page, I can't use ScriptX.

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skondou_nagoya posted this 14 June 2017

Today,with  KB4022715 from Microsoft Update ,windows10,I can't use ScriptX. I can get all white page only.Our Web page use Frame.

After uninstall  KB4022715,I can print Web page Normaly.Please tell me the countermeasure.

 

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Jerry posted this 14 June 2017

HI

 

Thanks, we're looking.

 

Cheers

 

Jerry

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Jerry posted this 14 June 2017

OK, thanks for flagging this ... I doubt you'll be the only one today smiley slim

 

Our testing shows that KB4022715 in Win10 and KB4022719 in Win7 breaks the printing of framed content in IE 11. This is a 'generic' issue for the browser but - obviously - it affects printing with ScriptX too.

 

I have reported this to our tech contacts at Microsoft, and in due course they're going to have to fix it.

 

In the meantime if this is a show stopper for you then I'm afraid that your only choice is to temporarily back out of  KB4022715.

 

Cheers

 

Jerry

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mtang45 posted this 14 June 2017

Same issue this morning; kicking out blank pieces of paper.

Jerry thanks for the above info. Uninstalling KB4022719 in Windows 7 has corrected the problem.

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Jerry posted this 14 June 2017

Latest news is here:

 

http://scriptx.meadroid.com/default.aspx

 

MSFT has acknowledged the issue and will advise.

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ssingh posted this 15 June 2017

Does the patches KB4022722 and KB4021558 also causes issues. We have client reporting that KB4022719 uninstall and restart of windows 7 not fixing it. 

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tnbutterfly82 posted this 15 June 2017

@ssingh, KB4021558 does cause issues as well. It was reported to cause the same problem by some of my company's clients. Uninstall and reboot resolved.

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Jerry posted this 15 June 2017

Thanks everyone.

 

Microsoft has acknowledged repro and ownership of the issue.

 

As soon as we have news from them, you'll be the first to hear (as an update to 'Latest News' on this site's home page).

 

Jerry

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illins posted this 16 June 2017

this is still a huge issue. any idea when this will be fixed?

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Jerry posted this 16 June 2017

>> this is still a huge issue. any idea when this will be fixed? <<

 

Look, we KNOW it's huge (for EVERYONE), we've told the IE team it's huge, they can repro the problem and they are working on it.

 

Please, we're not so stupid as to be withholding information. Why would we? As I said just one forum post ago ... look, right up there:

 

"As soon as we have news from them, you'll be the first to hear (as an update to 'Latest News' on this site's home page)."