My system: Windows 10 Pro x64 9200, HP EliteBook 1040, Chrome Version 62.0.3202.62 (Official Build) (64-bit)
I would like to print out this Medium blog post:
however, when I try, the code chunks get cropped. For example, this code chunk, which is actually 15 lines of code long
gets cropped to 10 lines of code:
Exactly the same issue happens if I print to PDF, instead than sending my print job to our follow-up print queue.
I think the issue is somehow related to GitHub...apparently, the blogger used some GitHub service to share his code gists inside his blog post, but this service "doesn't play nice" with the printing from Chrome function. The reason why I believe this, is that when I view the page from Chrome, the code chunks are shown in their entirety, including the footer which explains that the code is hosted on GitHub:
But when I print to PDF, the footer is gone:
Just for your convienience, I include a link to the PDF obtained by printing to PDF the blog post. How can I print the post without cropping the code snippets?
EDIT as suggested in comments, I tried highlighting the code in a snippet, and then selecting "Print" from the Chrome top right menu. In this case, the snippet prints correctly, however this still doesn't solve my problem...unless I print each snippet separately, and then physically glue them on the printed blog post :) a bit too low-tech, even for me.