[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 15548] Support CSS3 Paged Media (@page)

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Wed May 11 07:38:08 PDT 2016


Paul Furbacher <pfurbacher at mac.com> changed:

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--- Comment #16 from Paul Furbacher <pfurbacher at mac.com> ---
+1 for this issue. 

It seems the only alternatives are Prince, Antenna House, and Apache FOP -- all solutions which are external to the browser. For my free, few frills, swim team software, written for and used by a small summer league which cannot afford the commercial swim software, I chose to output to HTML because all the coaches have access to a browser and can print nicely formatted meet docs from there. But things like page headers and page numbers aren't possible until WebKit supports CSS3 paged media. I'm sure people around the globe -- in offices, classrooms, and at home -- do a lot of printing from browsers, regardless of how virtual we believe we have all become.

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