Peter N. Spotts
pspotts at alum.mit.edu
Wed Dec 13 01:26:12 UTC 2006
On Tue, 2006-12-12 at 20:06 -0500, John Dangler wrote:
> Since Linux in general has next to no print support for us normal
> Schmoe's, is there a way to get firefox to print to a file for sites
> such as airlines, hotels (reservation vouchers, e-tickets, etc) without
> having to print-screen a dozen images, cut them up, transfer them to a
> windows box and print them out?
For the airlines, hotels, etc I tend to use, the
receipt/confirmation.e-ticket page has a "print" link on it somewhere.
When I use that, Firefox brings up a clean new window or activates its
print window and I get a clean copy, sans useless artwork. You could try
saving the file as a text file in Firefox, then using gedit or some
other editor to view and print it. But the page's format may go wiggy on
you. Again, I just tend to use the print hotlink that often is there on
the receipt page.
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