Your Projector Printor
How often have you thought how smart it would be to give the user a screen dump
of what they are seeing? Whatever you are doing, you can now create printouts
of the Flash screen, be it for kids to colour in later, order forms to send back
via fax or snail mail or pictures of your products, art work or latest releases.
Enter JPrintor, the JTool that takes a screen shot of your Projector file ready
The area you wish to print can be customised, allowing you to the option of printing
the entire screen, just a part of it or individual image on it. This selection
is done using JSelector, a tool included with JPrintor.
JPrintor & all FlashJester products support Flash
3/4/5/MX/MX 2004/8 & Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
Using JPrintor you can choose to...
|Print a full screen capture
|Print a custom capture area
| Save to file
| Direct print
|Rescale with best fit option
Also included is the JPrintor example file which shows you examples of all these
features in practise.
Using the wizard is as simple as checking boxes and filling in fields. JHelpor
then does that hard work for you by generating the parameters needed in your Flash
file to run JPrintor links. Then, it is as simple as copying the text into your
Flash file's FSCommand.
What can JPrintor be used for? We bet you'd love to know,
so let us share the wonders. It brings a whole new dimension to Flash creative
ideas, an option that gives you the scope to use it for new things not done before.
|Print out high quality images using the best fit feature, meaning
it will re-scale the picture to make it fit on whatever size or orientation of
paper being used by the viewer.
|Run a Flash file around a picture you want to highlight. You can then print
just the picture and not the rest of the Flash file surrounding it.
| Print out the entire screen if you choose to use a single picture to make
a big impact.
| Create order forms more pleasing to the eye than plain text, and then allow
the user to print it off and fill it out to be sent by fax or mail.
|Create or include black and white line images, then allow it to be printed
out and coloured in by kids! You can draw anything at all and include it in a
Flash presentation ready to be printed.
You will also need only one copy of JPrintor to create as many print links from
a Flash file as you desire because JPrintor, like all JTools, uses parameters.
To set up these command line parameters, all you will need is a text editor.Once
you register, you will receive a FREE copy of JHelpor to help
you set up the command line quickly and simply. For more information about JHelpor,
If you are looking to print Word, PDF files directly within a Projector please take a look at JStart.