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    "Incompatible with Apple Store?"

    March 31, 2008  |   By macdad614


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    When I print a pdf document (from the Apple Store) of the items in configuring a Mac Pro, Firefox prints to the pdf only the first and last pages of five pages (all of which Safari prints). No option is in the printer options to change this. Print All Pages is already selected by default. This is NOT acceptable.

    I have tried selecting Print pages 1 to 5. I have tried selecting ALL in the site prior to printing. Nothing helps. Safari does not have this problem and prints all five pages. I have changed my printer from HP to Epson (which has NO Firefox printer option), and still only 2 pages print.

    My OS is 10.3.9, so I would like to know whether users of Leopard (the OS in the new Mac Pro) are experiencing the same problem.

    Firefox still has the window jumping to another location when dragging it when the mouse button is released. In all previous versions of Firefox, dragging a window would cause the window to jump; now it seems to happen only if a file is being downloaded at the same time.

    Also, I still see that selecting a window in the background causes a jump from the previous tab to a different tabbed window as the window becomes the active window. This happens with less than five tabs in the window.

    Dragging a window by the title bar also can make the list of bookmarks in the toolbar under the mouse pointer act as though the toolbar item was selected, This also happens (only?) while a file is being downloaded.

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