Take a look at a sample Bricks link (you’ll know it’s a Bricks link because of the address, along with a screen similar to the one shown above):
Depending on the browser you’re using (Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari), the code (highlighted in red) will need to be slightly different in order for you to be able to print correctly.
Internet Explorer = wi (vi will also work)
Firefox = wg or vg
Safari (on a PC) = vi
Safari (on a MAC) = xs
Sweeties Sweeps has a wonderfully clear tutorial (with pictures!) on how to change the http address to Fix Problems Printing Online Coupons and get the Bricks coupons to work for you.
A link you may want to add to your favorites: Bricks Coupon List
Scroll down for a LONG list of Bricks coupons!
Check that your computer has the latest download version of Java. Often, an updated Java version will help with coupon printing.
You may need to adjust the settings for you internet browser to allow all “Active X” items to “prompt” or “enable” to see the “yellow bar” (advice from Microsoft).
To do this, do the following:
1. In Internet Explorer, click Tools
2. Click Internet Options
3. Click the Security tab
4. Click Custom levelâ€¦
5. Scroll down until you find the following and select what is in the parenthesis:
Â· Automatic prompting for ActiveX controls (Enable)
Â· Download signed ActiveX controls (Prompt)
Â· Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins (Enable)
Now you may need to play with these settings depending on how they got their website setup, but give it a try.
Read up on troubleshooting from the SmartSource website.