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ScriptX 8 hotfix 8.0.5

Issue with IE 11 and Windows Update of 14 June 2017

Hotfix release 8.0.1

MeadCo launches ScriptX 8.0

ASP.NET MVC Helpers for MeadCo ScriptX v2.0.0

ScriptX Helper Library for javascript v1.1

New using ScriptX in applications samples

Internet Explorer 11 - a reminder

ScriptX 7.7

SHA-1 Deprecation and ScriptX

Blogging about license updates

ScriptX and Windows 10

Browser-based printing extended to mobile devices

New support for ASP.NET MVC applications

New support for ASP.NET Web forms apps

Global logistics companies hit record ScriptX usage

ScriptX 7.5

Hotfix release 7.4.5

Hotfix release 7.4.4

ScriptX ISV Partner Program launched

Enterprise Mode for Internet Explorer 11

Hotfix release 7.4.3

Enhanced PDF Working option added to ScriptX 7.4

ScriptX 7.3 launches for Windows 8.1

Financial services companies embrace ScriptX

JavaScript helper library on NuGet and GitHub

ScriptX extended to Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox users

Carrier Logistics Inc. uses ScriptX Direct (RAW) printing

New Direct (RAW) printing option announced for ScriptX 7.1

Martha Gregory & Associates uses ScriptX Enhanced formatting for WebMenuPlus application

New Enhanced formatting option for ScriptX 7.1 launched

Plumtree Group enables browser-based printing with ScriptX

ScriptX reaches half million healthcare user mark


Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7

ScriptX – printing over 2 billion documents every year!

Announcing ScriptX 7.1

Site updates

ScriptX and Windows 8 (RTM)

Site update

Server side Add-on kit



ScriptX and Windows 8 CTP

Hot fix

New for licensees

ScriptX v7 highlights

Welcome to the new site

For the first time in eight years...

NEW! Label and barcode printing

For those of you updating to ie9

JavaScript helper library on NuGet and GitHub

(created on: 07.08.13)

Once you know what is available, working with ScriptX to achieve controlled printing of html/xhtml documents in Internet Explorer is reasonably simple.

There are some operations that require a few lines of script to wrap functionality into a more usable form - for example:

  • obtaining the list of installed printers,
  • checking that a license has been accepted,
  • checking that ScriptX is available,
  • obtaining version numbers of installed components.

A small JavaScript library is now available on GitHub in source form (open source with an MIT license) or on NuGet as a package that can be installed to ASP.NET projects being developed with Microsoft Visual Studio. The library was developed as part of our samples system that also makes use of jQuery to build the UI. However, the library has no dependency on jQuery.

The library is free to use and deploy, and works with both free and licensed ScriptX. Obviously use of licensed functionality on ScriptX still requires a license.

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