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Old February 6th 19, 07:17 PM posted to alt.windows7.general
Bill in Co[_3_]
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Default Convert laptop to Windows 7

Mark Lloyd wrote:
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Oh and sometimes I've had problems with printing pages in FF, whereas
Chrome has usually worked ok for that. But I'm not a Chrome lover, to
put it mildly. I only use it as a last resort.


The first regular browser I used was Internet Explorer 3 (in about
1995). It had printing problems, mainly that if the page was too wide it
would be truncated horizontally with NO error indication. AFAIK, that
was NEVER fixed.


I seem to recall using IE2, and this is at the time that Netscape had the
overwhelming browser lead, so IE had a lot of catch up to do. I also seem
to recall some printing issues back then, too.

I've come to the conclusion that you can never be sure printing is going to
always work correctly on these web sites. But recently I've had fewer
problems with Chrome (with respect to printing, and also videos). But I
only use Chrome as a last resort, as I definitely prefer Firefox. But that
said, I'm also using an older version of FF since I'm using WinXP for the
most part. As I've said before, Win7 has its annoyances, especially for
those of us who spend a fair amount of time using Windows Explorer (or I
should say, trying to use it without the ever present "Access Denied" and
smoke and mirrors with junction points crapola).


 




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