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Windows 7: IE9RC Printing


17 Feb 2011   #1

Vista HP / Win7 RC build 7100
 
 
IE9RC Printing

When going to maps.google.com and inputting an address and then print the map result it prints in 'frames' breaking up the map into panes making it un-usable.

I tried using print-preview and it looks the same as on the screen when you select 'print' from the google map page.

When using the print option on the map page I get the printer dialog box asking which printer etc, the correct printer is selected, and clicking on the options panel is states there 'print frames individually' and options are greyed out and can't be selected.

If I use print preview and change the size to say 95% and click print from there , I get the printer dialog box and the options box now shows 'as laid out on screen', but the screen layout is still in blocks.

How do I set up printing so its correct and not in frames.

edit: appears that bing maps prints the map ok , so... something 'google' is doing strange ?
I should also add it prints fine in the latest Minefield/Firefox build 4.0b12pre

edit: image
http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...intie9map.png/


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18 Feb 2011   #2

Vista HP / Win7 RC build 7100
 
 

Seems to print ok when I set 'compatibility' mode on the google maps.
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