printing html and images using JEditorPane


i am working on printing multiple html and images(png) in a single batch.. i am able to print all in a single batch if html files are single page files but if they are multipage files i am unable to print them. i am rendering html to a JEditorPane. i can print multiple multipage html files in a single batch but unable to do html files and images in a single batch ..

anyone can help me
thanx in advance -if you want i can provide code

Posted On: Thursday 18th of October 2012 09:34:14 PM Total Views:  533
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Problem in displaying images while resizing in AWT   (201 Views)
With 500X500 screen size the images are displayed properly. If I change the screen size 350X450 none of the images are getting displayed. However if I maximize the screen and resize window size back the images are visible. We cannot go for swings because the JVM for PDA supports AWT only. Please give your valuble inputs on this.
Loading html page in swing   (196 Views)
I want to load html page which contains javascript code like :- function fun() {'directoryname/filename.htm', 'title', 'toolbar=no,location=no,directories=no,status=no,menubar=no,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,copyhistory=yes ,height=500,width=700') } I am using JEditor to show html pages i.e. JEditor.setPage(url) method to show url . But it is not understanding javascript code. Is there any solution to make JEditor script enabled second solution is to load default browser .If I load default browser ,it is showing browser correctly.But I don't want to show any menu-bar or toolbar.Is there any solution to hide menubar & toolbars of browser at run-time. Or if there is another solution to show html pages [containning scripts] .Please tell me.