User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:41.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/41.0 Build ID: 20151014143721 Steps to reproduce: Hello, i would prefer to use PDF.JS instead of Adobe Reader, but there are some major problem - this is the reason why wo don't use PDF.JS in our company. 1) We often use "scaling" in the printing preview when printing a website, because a lot of website are not optimized for printing. the scaling factor is often changed. The problem is that this "scaling" (e.g. 80%) is also be used for PDF at the moment. But this what normally nobody wants. Everybody want to get the pdf 1:1. Scaling for PDF and Webpages should be "seperated". 2) when printing with 100% scale the PDF is moved some millimeters to right (firefox is adding margins!). Firefox does also add a second BLANK page the the printjob. I thinks this is because the "image" of the page has been "moved" because of the margins. I think this issue is also described in other bugreports (but without any details) 3) it is possible to download a file. But a button for directly attach the pdf-file to a new email for sending is also missing. i hope i can support you fixing this issues Using Firefix 41 on Windows 7
Severity: normal → enhancement
Priority: -- → P3
an other issue: 4) when printing with "adjust to page" (not 100%) and you want to print a landscape format PDF-Format (e.g. with page size A4) the printout is NOT rotated automatically (like all PDF viewer does) it is minimized BR Johannes
(In reply to Johannes Feigl from comment #1) > an other issue: > > 4) when printing with "adjust to page" (not 100%) and you want to print a > landscape format PDF-Format (e.g. with page size A4) the printout is NOT > rotated automatically (like all PDF viewer does) it is minimized > > BR Johannes This one is bug 862677
hello, i think this are getting more and more important, because PDF plugins are not possible any more! BR Johannes
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