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ScriptX

A multimedia technology from Apple that includes data formats, a scripting language and runtime engine. It is designed for creating applications that can be played on a variety of computers and consumer electronic devices. ScriptX was originally developed by Kaleida, Inc., a joint venture between Apple and IBM, which closed its doors in 1995.
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MeadCo has launched ScriptX 8.0 to the manufacturing industry.
However, the MeadCo Promise' guarantees continued support for ScriptX to all licensees, even when Microsoft introduces newer versions and updates.
The key benefit of the ScriptX product is ensuring consistent formatting and appearance of the printed output of browser-hosted content from any local or networked printer.
The new aspects in the ScriptX 8.0 release include the main installers being dramatically reduced in size and the introduction of a new ability to control the smallest scale factor.
Jerry Mead, CEO of MeadCo - the creators of ScriptX - explained: "If all end users operate Internet Explorer 11, then ScriptX 8.0 is the best possible option.
Mead & Co has released ScriptX 7.7, the latest version of the world's favorite add-on for controlling the printing of browser-hosted content.
ScriptX provides total control when printing html and PDF documents, labels or bar codes from client and server computers running Microsoft Windows.
Mead & Co has been code signing all of the component DLLs in ScriptX for many years, and those in Script 7.7 have been signed and time stamped with an SHA-1 certificate dated prior to January 1, 2016.
ScriptX 7.7 is also the last major release to provide full support for Windows XP and Internet Explorer up to and including IE10, ahead of Microsoft discontinuing security updates and technical support on Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 for IE10 and earlier browsers.
known for its ScriptX multimedia tools, and Santa Ana-based SRS Labs, a developer of audio technologies, will also participate in the development.
and IBM Corp., has begun shipping its Kaleida Media Player Version 1.0, ScriptX Language, and Class Library Version 1.0 software programs for interactive multimedia developers.
The ScriptX Language Kit will be sold to developers for $795, and a Media Player license kit is available for $2500.