Printer friendliness for threads

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motor
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Printer friendliness for threads

Post by motor »

railroad.net needs that feature. I don't see a printer friendly version link. How's about it, webmaster?

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Re: Printer friendliness for threads

Post by keeper1616 »

motor wrote:railroad.net needs that feature. I don't see a printer friendly version link. How's about it, webmaster?

motor
I think the default version looks ok when printed out. It doesn't have too much crap anywhere except the top and bottom...
~~~Cyrus~~~

benltrain

Post by benltrain »

I remembered I discovered rr.net when inquiring about Amtrak service to atlantic city. That thread printed out pretty well, some stuff was cut off.

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Post by Otto Vondrak »

Motor, what happens when you try to print a thread? It seems to depend on the browser... when I print from Internet Explorer, it seems to fit everything to the page. Try shrinking the width of the browser window before you go to print?

How about it Mike, is there some built-in "printer friendly" mode?

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Post by motor »

Mods, having just discovered the Help about using railroad.net (I'm still familiarizing myself with this site [blush]), I suggest this thread be moved there.

motor

benltrain

Post by benltrain »

This is fine here methinks, we're discussing printer friendliness- the help one is more for how do you do x, no need to move this.

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Post by Mike Roque »

I'll look into it...
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