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May 26, 2017


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Julie Allen

Hi Willam

I'm using 2 CSS files - one for screen and one for print styles.
By default, an image with 'thumbnail' style appears thumbnail-sized in the print output.
I would like the full-sized image to be used in the print version instead of the thumbnail version.
Can you tell me how I might do this?

Willam van Weelden

What is the style definition in your CSS? And did you set a height or width for the images manually? The printed documentation doesn't have thumbnails and shouldn't restyle them out of the blue.

Does it help if you generate the output with a stylesheet that doesn't contain the thumbnail style?

Kind regards,


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