You've seen Andreas response already so I'm not going to repeat that.
I don't think the browser will ever have access to these settings.
Imagine if it did, it could open up a world of security risks for just
using a normal web page.
On 18/03/2008, rieh25 <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I need an application to choose a specific printer in a client computer (not
> the server) for printing reports. Internet explorer uses register entries to
> configure the default printer, but the problem is that an external script
> would do this changes in the server, not the local computer. Or should I
> just give up trying to use Zope and use an external utility (MS Access
> perhaps) to manage the printing part of the application?
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