Items tagged "java"
I updated to the latest Java version but I still can't print
**Using Java 7 Update 51?  Click here to read this article!** Windows:  Some Windows systems respond better by uninstalling and reinstalling Java, rather than simply upgrading on top of an existing Java version.  You can read more about it here: http://www.java.com/en/download/faq/remove_olderversions.xml Please... more »
Problems Printing? Troubleshooting Tips!
Having trouble printing?  Here's a handy list of help articles!   **Having trouble printing with the new Java (Java 7 Update 51)? **  Click here for instructions! Computer Information Make sure you’re using one of these operating systems and browsers: Windows... more »
Deleting Java Temp Files
Windows First, close your internet browser (IE, Firefox, Chrome). Click the Start menu and select Control Panel.  In Control Panel, select "Programs", and then click "Java".  This opens the Java Control Panel. Under the "Temporary Internet Files" section, there is a button... more »
Before you print
Not working?  Make sure you’re using one of these operating systems and browsers: Windows 7, 8/8.1 or XP with IE 7–11, Firefox 12 and higher, or Chrome 20 and higher Mac OSX10.7 or higher with Safari 6 or higher, Firefox 12 and higher, and Chrome 20 and higher Read... more »
Uninstalling/reinstalling Java
*Note: Recommended for Windows users only. Step One: Uninstall old Java versions First, close your internet browser (IE, Firefox, etc). Click the Start menu and select Control Panel. In Control Panel, select “Add or Remove Programs”.  It may also be called “Programs... more »
The gray screen and window just sits there — it doesn't do anything
Windows Start by downloading the latest version of Java from www.java.com After you’ve updated to the latest version, close and restart your browser Try printing again.  If you still can't print, follow the instructions in the article Uninstalling/Reinstalling... more »
The Run/Allow box never popped up for me
Windows Start by downloading the latest version of Java from www.java.com After you’ve updated to the latest version, close and restart your browser Try printing again.  If you still can't print, follow the instructions in the article Uninstalling/Reinstalling Java Mac Make... more »
Can I print coupons at work?
If you are trying to print coupons at work or from a computer at a library, Internet café, or university, you may not have permission to download and install programs onto the computer you are using. This may be true even if you’ve downloaded and installed other programs.... more »
Browser Java Run
Some browsers, such as Chrome and Firefox, may ask the consumer to run or allow Java outside of running or allowing the applet.  This typically appears as a yellow bar at the top of the browser.   Internet Explorer users may be asked to run an Active X control.  You... more »
How do I print a coupon?
Printing our coupons is easy!  Before you start, take a quick look through this article to make sure you have the right computer requirements. You may also want to try printing our test coupon.  Having trouble?  Refer to the articles on this site to help you or... more »
My coupon printed without a barcode
Most coupons have barcodes for security and tracking purposes, but some coupons do not. This is controlled by the manufacturer.  If your coupon printed without a barcode, please make sure you are printing using the secure print technology and not simply printing a web page display.... more »
Do I need to provide any personal information to use Java or the redplum.com Coupon Printer?
You will not need to provide any personal information or register and the process will not download any adware, spyware or tracking software to your computer. 
I'm getting "Sorry, you have already viewed the offer" message
All coupons have a personal print limit (the number of times you’re allowed to print a coupon), but some coupons have an extra limit on the number of times you’re allowed to access, or view, the coupon's display page.  Manufacturers request these security measures... more »
I'm getting a security warning
If you get a security warning, try the following steps:  Make sure your default printer is set to a real, physical, paper-and-ink printer and not something else like Adobe PDF or Microsoft XPS Document Writer.  To check this: Windows Click the Start Menu and select “Devices... more »
I'm getting a Certificate Warning
If you get a certificate warning (failed to validate certificate), try the following steps.  Make sure your Java settings are correct: First, close your internet browser (IE, Firefox, etc). Click the Start menu and select Control Panel. In Control Panel, select "Programs", and... more »
How do I install or upgrade my Java?
Go to www.java.com We recommend using the highest version of Java available to you.  Older versions of Java are not always supported by browsers and operating systems for security reasons, so you may not get the best result.   For most, Java installation is a seamless... more »