This is an odd one and unfortunately I don't have a simple URL to go to so I will have to try and describe it. I subscribe to various ITworld newsletters (http://www.itworld.com/newsletters/) which are delivered to my Netscape WebMail account. These appear to be simple text but actually involve nested tables. If I try and print one of these newsletters, Mozilla prints the e-mail heading information (From, To, etc.) and the following horizontal rule (actually in a table of its own!) then throws a new page. On the second page it prints as much of the message as will fit on the page, the rest of the text is ignored and the third (and last) page is completely blank. I suspect that there are several problems here and that the effects that I am seeing are due to a combination of factors, including nested tables and what looks to be preformatted text (I have noticed a bug report for the latter). I will try and get a copy of one of the newsletters (my last attempt failed) then you can see what it looks like. I am using Mozilla nightly build 2000090704 for Win32.
Confirming 20001020 Win95. Gerv
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
This is a duplicate of that table printing bug.. I am sure..
Assignee: dcone → karnaze
Bug 24952 seems to be related, too.
24952 seems close. marking dup. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 24952 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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