We are currently using Renaissance Place Real Time (Renaissance Learning - Advanced Technology for Data-Driven Schools) to handle much of our practice, quizing, and diagnostic work in the classroom. It has a feature when viewing reports, etc that you can automatically print PDFs through the system. To do this it uses a print plugin (Renlearn Print Plug-in Installers for Renaissance Place software) for the browser that seems to be giving us problems in Google Chrome. We would like to move all of our browsers to Chrome for speed and security but this is a major hitch.
The weird thing is that it works on two machines that we installed it on, but we can't figure the right order of how it got working. Anyone else experience this problem?
Turns out that if you install Mozilla Firefox and then repair the plugin Google Chrome will pull that plugin in. It is an activeX based plugin and FF & Chrome doesn't support it, but FF has a plugin for webkit that makes activeX work. Google Chrome somehow taps into this. I discovered this on another thread about activeX issues, so any Google Chrome activeX issue might be solved by this solution.
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