Thanks for voicing your concern. The issue you raise, is a known issue
being tracked and worked on here
It might be also related to chromium
We have a possible fix of implementing a different font stack tracked here:
In the meantime, I would use the browser's built in print function and
On Tue, Nov 21, 2017 at 2:13 PM, Federico Leva (Nemo) <nemowiki(a)gmail.com>
I still have trouble understanding what's the
point of making
functionality worse for a majority of users, or indeed all of them.
I've just tried exporting single pages with the "download PDF" link (the
metadata says they're made by "Chromium") and they're completely
unreadable, with overlapping characters and so on. They're considerably
worse even than the PDF produced by a stock browser from the printable
version (Firefox 56 here).
Even if the previous functionality happened to error out 95 % of the time,
it would be better than the present situation.
Federico Leva (Nemo), 11/10/2017 09:40:
It does, of course. Wikisource and Wikibooks
users sorely need to print
books for offline reading, it's something we keep
hearing from anybody in
Removing basic functionality and downgrading existing features for no
gain is an excellent long-run method to kill projects like Wikibooks,
Wikisource and Wikiversity whose potential users (such as teachers and
other OER folks) may prefer alternative platforms which show more care.
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