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create a new movieclip with your display rotated into non-landscape and add that to your printjob or use the orientation property of the printjob.
I am going to create a movie clip and rotate it as my last resort, but it seems to me I should be able to check the printer for it's orientation and then use if then statements to rotate the stage using mysprite, if necessary. But I can't figure it out how to get it to work! I'll play with it a bit more in the next day or so, and I'll post more if I make any progress. If anyone has any idea, I'd love to hear them.
OK, so this is the code I wrote; while I get no errors in testing the script it doesn't do what I think it should do. Ideas?
did you create a PrintJobOrientation class? if not, use "portrait" and "landscape" instead of those (undefined) class properties.