Font options, gaps and browser printing

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    Kristin ONeill

    After speaking with Liz I was able to fix the gab from your custom logo header. Could you explain further what you mean by having to make a PDF prior to printing?

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    Steven Allinson

    Depending on the invoice, the footer will become cutoff or on the next page, or entries will be split between pages.  Additionally, the layout changes depending on whether I print directly from the browser or if I print to PDF then print the PDF itself.

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    Kristin ONeill

    We were able to fix the Footer issue that you were having. Also, the page breaks depending on the amount of space available at the bottom of the invoice. So if there is not enough space at the end to put the footer or other text, it will automatically go to the next page. The template margins/add-ons/etc are based off the PDF so for the template spacing you would want to use the PDF to print but you can print to HTML but it may look different depending on your browser settings.

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    Steven Allinson

    For the most part it takes getting used to and playing around with the format depending on the invoice. I wish we could have it force the entire next entry to the next page as if it were its own text block.

    On the bright side, Your customer service more than makes up for the formatting issues! I wish everyone had customer service like you.

    The only piece that has no work around yet is the sans serif font.

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    Kristin ONeill

    Thank you for that and I will definitely be passing the Font notes to the developers to see what they can do about this in the future.

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