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Site update

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For those of you updating to ie9

For those of you updating to ie9

(created on: 28.10.11)

ScriptX has long provided control over printing in Internet Explorer, and this continues with Internet Explorer 9. With each major release of Internet Explorer there has been a new -and always fully backwards-compatible- release of ScriptX in order to maintain compatibility and to provide additional feaures.

The current release is no different - ScriptX v6.6 or later is required when working with IE9 on Windows Vista and Windows 7, so both publishers - licensed, and free - and individual users will have to update.

Publishers' update

For your ScriptX-enabled content to work with IE9 it is mandatory that - if you are working with any earlier build of ScriptX - you now update to the latest version of the ScriptX binaries.

Note: ScriptX v6.4 and later no longer support Windows 9x/NT. For maintenance support of these operating systems, please see ScriptX win9xNT/NT Maintainance Mode Binaries.

To deploy the latest version of smsx.cab, download the ScriptX Client Resource kit, install the kit and locate smsx.cab and then and copy it over *every* existing copy of smsx.cab on your servers.

Then update the Codebase versioning on ALL your ScriptX-enabled pages to read: 8,1,0,2

Also please make sure that the 'Codebase' attributes on ALL your documents are 'pointing' to the location of this new copy of smsx.cab.

codebase="http://xxxxxxxxxx/smsx.cab#Version=8,1,0,2 "

Note: The ScriptX Client Resource Kit  also contains admin tools to install ScriptX should your admins want to individually pre-install the binaries on each client machine:

ScriptX users' update

Upgrade ScriptX to the latest version