3 Replies Latest reply on Aug 29, 2006 12:18 AM by

    A Javascript for printing

    peschoen
      I am designing a help system that has quick reference guides that are meant to be printed. They have relatively small screenshots, and the problem I had was clarity in the print. Here was my solution: most of the bitmap formats give an adequately clear screen image even when shrunk, but they print terrible. .png format looks awful on the screen when downsampled, but prints great.

      Here is what I am asking: while the user is looking at say a screen with .gif images, is there a javascript that will allow the user to print the file with the .png images? And where should the page with the .png images be kept in the help system?
      Thanks