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'N' missing on first print attempt #1015

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ericras opened this Issue Sep 1, 2016 · 2 comments

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ericras commented Sep 1, 2016

Right now, its a background image that doesn't print. This appears to be where it was removed:

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Another option is to use -webkit-print-color-adjust: exact

http://stackoverflow.com/a/21160150

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ericras commented Sep 1, 2016

Another option is to use -webkit-print-color-adjust: exact

http://stackoverflow.com/a/21160150

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The N was restored in the print style sheet here: 5e541b8

There's still the ongoing issue that it doesn't load/display the first time you print. I appears that its still the case that we would need to load the print N on the regular page load for it to work correctly when printing.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24680588/load-external-images-in-print-media

After hours of experimenting I came to conclusion that as of today web browsers just don't wait for any external resources specified in print-specific stylesheets to be fully downloaded before rendering the print-ready document.

And, no, seems like this is not a bug, but rather a standard accepted by current major vendors.

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ericras commented Apr 20, 2017

The N was restored in the print style sheet here: 5e541b8

There's still the ongoing issue that it doesn't load/display the first time you print. I appears that its still the case that we would need to load the print N on the regular page load for it to work correctly when printing.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24680588/load-external-images-in-print-media

After hours of experimenting I came to conclusion that as of today web browsers just don't wait for any external resources specified in print-specific stylesheets to be fully downloaded before rendering the print-ready document.

And, no, seems like this is not a bug, but rather a standard accepted by current major vendors.

@ericras ericras changed the title from 'N' missing on print css to 'N' missing on first print attempt Apr 20, 2017

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