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One suggestion: include the definitive URL for the node in the "header" box of the printer friendly page.

  1. Not all browsers include the URL when printing
  2. browsers that do include the url typical truncate them
  3. the URL of the printer freindly page isn't as usefull as the default URL for the same node

In reply to Re: New Display Types by hossman
in thread New Display Types by ar0n

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