Jonathan Ryshpan wrote:
When Firefox prints a page, the fonts generally reflect the fonts of the web page (at least they reflect whats seen on the screen when displaying the page), but the layout is all wrong. This happens on all web pages but is worst on the N.Y. Times, and it happens both in actual printouts and in print preview, though not, as I wrote, when displaying the web page itself Letters, frequently 'i's and 'o's to are displayed a little to the right or left of where they ought to be. A small screenshot of an example is attached. Has anyone else observed this? Does anyone know the reason or a cure? I'm running Firefox 3.0.2 under Fedora-9 on an x86_64 system. Thanks - jon
I can confirm this - for example on http://www.faz.net/s/homepage.html (a german newspaper). I'm running Firefox 3.0.2 under Fedora-9 on a i386 platform.
Regards -- Joachim Backes <joachim backes rhrk uni-kl de>
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