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Anonymous
# Posted: 6 Nov 2006 18:12


I tried the plugins for HTML2PDF for both IE and Firefox and they don't work. The icons appear but nothing happens when I click on them. I am using IE 6.0 SP2 and Firefox 1.5.0.7.

Thanks

mvf
Member
# Posted: 8 Nov 2006 14:37


Please folow this instruction, it will help us to find a problem:
- download the last version of HTML2PDF Pilot 2.10 from our site http://www.colorpilot.com/load/htmlpdf.exe
- uninstall previous and install new version
- open your web browser
- open "about:blank" page in your browser
- press "Convert to PDF" button
- in a few seconds the message will appear: "URL 'about:blank' is converted to PDF and saved as '...'. Do you want to open it?"
- press "Yes", the PDF file will be opened, the file will contain only one text string "This document is created with unregistered version of HTM2PDF Pilot 2.10".

If any step causes problems let us know.

Anonymous
# Posted: 8 Nov 2006 18:20


I did as you suggested. The problem occured when I pressed the convert to PDF button. I got a pop Alert saying:

TypeError:Components.classes[cid] has no properties

There is only an ok button.

Thanks for your help.

mvf
Member
# Posted: 8 Nov 2006 19:20


Tell me please the version of your FireFox.
What about the same step with Internet Explorer?

Anonymous
# Posted: 8 Nov 2006 19:52


I am using FireFox 1.5.0.7.

In IE the about:blank works. Although, when I tried it on an Intranet site it openned up 59 browsers and gave some ALert dialog box with an error.

mvf
Member
# Posted: 9 Nov 2006 09:42


I am using FireFox 1.5.0.7.

Thanks, we'll try to find out what the problem it is.

In IE the about:blank works. Although, when I tried it on an Intranet site it openned up 59 browsers and gave some ALert dialog box with an error.

Can I see what kind of url you've tried to convert?
i.e. http://www.someurl.com or like what?

Anonymous
# Posted: 14 Nov 2006 23:13


When I tried it in IE on a different local host page it worked correctly. Firefox is still an issue though.

mvf
Member
# Posted: 17 Nov 2006 16:10


Thanks, we'll try to find out what the problem is.

 

 

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