03-18-2009, 09:40 AM
Thank you everyone for helping me
03-18-2009, 12:43 PM
Did you see Thai characters when you enter in the browser? If so, when you print it should be OK.
If you didn't see Thai characters in the browser, you need to change the browser codepage to include Thai (Windows). Select - Tools > Internet Options > Languages (add) > Thai.
That assumes that your print is capable of printing Thai or non-Roman characters.
03-18-2009, 12:57 PM
I think you'd need to follow
Install at least one Unicode font in your system, associated with the language that you want to view correctly, or install a Unicode font which contains large character set for many different languages.
Go to Start > Control Panel.
If you are in "Category View" select the icon that says "Date, Time, Language and Regional Options" and then select "Regional and Language Options".
If you are in Classic View select the icon that says "Regional and Language Options".
Select the "Languages" tab and make sure you select the option saying "Install files for complex script and right-to-left languages (including Thai)". A confirmation message should now appear - press "OK" on this confirmation message.
Allow the OS to install necessary files from the Windows XP CD and then reboot if prompted.
03-18-2009, 01:48 PM
Thank you for your response "abduraooft" and "Philip M". I have to sorry that I haven't explained my problem clearly. My computer can write and display Thai char properly.
My situation is: I have to press Print button on HTML page which include .js and calls the function within .js file. All the printing style function like line spacing, underlining, and paper cutting will be called from .js file. Also the contents I am going to print out including in .js file.
Now, I got 2 files: printer.html and printer.js
printer.js sample code:
var MSComm1= new ActiveXObject("MSCommLib.MSComm.1");
// RS-232C port# 1 Baud Rate= 9600 bps, Data bit=8, Stop bit=1, No Parity bit
// Initialization of printer, clear buffer
// Carriage Return, print buffer, and line feed
// Cut Paper
// Select the character code table
MSComm1.PortOpen = true;
else alert('Port has been opened!'); // just for testing
// function to test printing
MSComm1.Output = CmdCRLF;
MSComm1.Output = CmdCut;
MSComm1.Output = CmdCRLF;
And Html file only has a button call function CheckPort(). After clicking the button, the printer prints out "WP-K833" and not following by "ภาษาไทย" but something else not Thai.
Please anyone help me fix this out.
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