MeadCo's ScriptX.Add-on for Internet Explorer is the world's favourite add-on for Internet Explorer on Windows. It delivers the guarantee of consistent formatting and appearance of printed output on any local or networked printer, regardless of the printing attributes already set in that computer's browser.
ScriptX.Services is an evolution that provides developers with the tools they need to ensure the consistent formatting and appearance of printed output wherever it is needed.
Works in every browser:
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You will receive a PDF file - the output from our cloud service `printing` using a print to PDF print driver.
Always consistent output
The result is output with consistent formatting and appearance regardless of the settings of the browser in use.
The same idea works with the service hosted not in the cloud but on your own network or on each individual Windows PC. You can then achieve consistent printing from any browser to any paper/labels printer available on the network or PC.
Headers and Footers
Both plain text and styled html including images and meta data such as page and date when printing html.
Set print margins in a preferred measurement unit when printing html.
The size of paper to use
Select the printer and paper bin.
Monitor print processes to spooling to the printer and re-submit those that fail.
HTML, PDF or ZPL
Whatever your medium, ScriptX can print it.
for Windows PC
The closest equivalent to ScriptX.Add-on for Internet Explorer, the device service provides for printing to any print device available to the client Windows PC.
Each user must install the ScriptX.Services on their Windows PC.
From $2500 pa
An on-premise service is completely under your own control and provides for printing to any print device available to the server.
For users, the service is frictionless with zero install for any device on the network.
Brilliant for testing and evaluation of ScriptX.Services and also an easy way to provide "download this page as a PDF/XPS document" facility on your public website.
Free (fair use)