User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1; rv:19.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/19.0 Build ID: 20130215130331 Steps to reproduce: for example load http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/planning/howto/landscape_plan.pdf with pdf.js print the page Actual results: the page is printed portrait, with stuff cut off Expected results: the page should be printed landscape (->autorotated)
Another example is this MS Walk pledge sheet.
All plataforms... I have Windows 7 64bits and exist the problem.
I can't provide a concrete example, but we use Oracle E-Business Suite where I do IT support and most of the generated reports in PDF format have this issue where the Adobe plug-in, with the 'Auto portrait/landscape' setting selected on the Print dialog, will automatically print these reports in landscape as our users expect. The native PDF viewer in Google Chrome also automatically prints them in landscape. PDF.js version 0.7.28 (Firefox 20), however, prints these reports in portrait.
Hello, Got the same problème, windows 7 SP1 x64, and aurora 28.0a2 (2014-02-02). Using http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/planning/howto/landscape_plan.pdf the printing is in protrait.
Created attachment 8369367 [details] Printing result of a landscape PDF This is the resulting printing of a landscape pdf with aurora 28.0a2 (2014-02-02).
It's using the last state of portrait or landscape as chosen in Print Preview. Instead of clicking the print button on the pdf.js toolbar you can press Alt-F-V to use print preview, then select portrait or landscape. Can the pdf.js toolbar be customized to add a print preview button?
A pdf open through Firefox internal previewer with only landscape pages should default print layout to landscape and print correctly. Instead - with FF 45.0 (but even on 44.0.2 and 43.x) a PDF with all (just one, in my test) pages in landscape is shown correctly in landscape, but is printed on portrait since when I click on the print icon on the top right header toolbar of the preview, the popup windows with the printing options has "Portrait" as layout default...