On or about 4/10/2009 9:42 PM, Leonidas Jones typed the following:
> BeeNeR wrote:
>> On or about 4/10/2009 12:47 AM, Leonidas Jones typed the following:
>>> Peter Potamus the Purple Hippo wrote:
>>>> BeeNeR wrote:
>>>>> I've always had problems printing coupons with SeaMonkey. And no
>>>>> problems at all using IE. Although I have installed couponprinter.exe
>>>>> many times I still cannot print these coupons. Latest one is the one
>>>>> from ScottsEZSeed $5.00 coupon.
>>>>> Most of these sites use the couponprinter.exe program, but it doesn't
>>>>> work for me. I usually end up calling the company and they send the
>>>>> coupon by U.S. mail.
>>>>> This has happened with Epson and HP printers, and even using FinePrint
>>>>> as a printer.
>>>>> Any suggestions?
>>>> I don't have an answer, but an opinion: printing in SM has always
>>>> sucked!
>>> As it has in all Mozilla products, from the beginning.
>>> If we had a link to the page with the printable coupons, maybe we could
>>> be more specific.  However, I generally copy whatever I want to print
>>> into a word processor document, then print that.  It gives me far more
>>> control over what the printed outcome is.
>>> Lee
>> I'm not sure what happens after the couponprinting software is
>> installed.  Just keeps telling me I need the printing software.  If you
>> reload the page, they think you've printed the coupon and you no longer
>> have the option available.  This is true with every site I ever visited
>> for a coupon using the couponprinting.exe method.
>> Other sites that just display a coupon for printing have no problem.
>> For example, try to print the coupon from Scotts grass seed at:
>> scottsezseed.com
>> -- 
>> Ed
> Well, I went to the site, and filled out the form. I got an email reply
> quite quickly, and clicked the link.
> I am glad to see that they do have a Mac version.  Unfortunately, I,
> like most of us here, am reluctant to install an unknown piece of
> software simply to run a test.  I am sorry.
> Like others, I do wonder why they go through this nonsense for a $5 off
> coupon, which they probably issue in most daily newspapers anyway?  It
> seems a counterproductive marketing strategy.
> Lee

Well, it does build up their data base of names/address/phone numbers.
And it constitutes a union between you and them so they can now harass
you with unwanted phone calls and trash mail.  Plus selling your name to
other companies.  (Not that they or any other company would do that).

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