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  1. lynkfs

    printing

    I need to print receipts from a webpage (intranet). The difficulty is not so much to get a print happening on some printer, but to do it in such a way that the usual printer selection dialog gets bypassed. So basically a form with a print button which, when pressed, prints a receipt to a designated printer straightaway, without every time asking the user to select a printer. The normal print methods (window.print(), google cloud print, external print.js libraries) do not solve that problem. The only reference I found that might work is the ePOS_SDK from Epson, which can be used with
  2. lynkfs

    printing

    Working on a component which involves printing. I've used external libraries like jsPDF, which generate printable content and they generally work fine. They also have some drawbacks though. So this component is going to rely on the browsers native 'print' command to print a complete page/form, or part thereof. 1) The print command is tied to a window object (window.print), so the possible implementations are limited to manipulating either the current window an iFrame element, which encapsulates a window object a new pop-up window (or new tab) Just to try these
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