Firefox truncating web pages
glgxg at sbcglobal.net
Thu Mar 5 19:02:15 UTC 2009
On 03/05/2009 05:29 AM, Charlie Kravetz wrote:
> On Tue, 3 Mar 2009 17:12:47 -0500
> Brian McKee <brian.mckee at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Can you give us a specific example? I know I print multiple page
>> websites from time to time and haven't noticed an issue. As a matter
>> of fact, I know of one site that prints better with FF than with IE7
>> on Windows. I suspect it's a case of either poor standards support
>> or just a lousy standard, but perhaps there's a work around.
> I don't have Internet Explorer, but I do know this page won't print as
> displayed in Firefox:
FWIW it's not an Ubuntu related issue; I have both FireFox and SeaMonkey
(versions 1.1.14, 1.1.15, and 2.0a3) installed directly from Mozilla -
not Ubuntu - and they all experience the same problem.
I suspect it is this bug:
[Splitting Absolutely positioned frames not implemented - Missing second
page of content when printing or print previewing this site]
But, I'd put on a flameproof suit before attempting to reopen that bug.
I'm sure there are others still open that address this, but I can't find
them by just scanning bugzilla (there are too many related). Best bet
would be to point your newsreader to news.mozilla.org and then subscribe to:
for a current status on what's being done to fix the issue. If you
submit, or tag on to an Ubuntu/launchpad bug, the maintainer will just
do the same. So, eliminate the maintainer & go to the source... I'll
raise the issue using that particular url on mozilla.dev.apps.seamonkey.
Opera, on the otherhand, prints all 7 pages to cups-pdf. That's probably
a better browser/client to compare when reporting to the mozilla
folks... they tend to get a little testy when you throw IE at them :-)
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