Just so we’re clear, at least for me, and it seems what’s being reported in
this thread, there is NO direct printing functionality. We only have PDF export.
> On Apr 10, 2018, at 8:53 AM, Geert Janssens <geert.gnuc...@kobaltwit.be>
> Op woensdag 4 april 2018 22:19:33 CEST schreef Adrien Monteleone:
>> I see I have both as well. Perhaps removing it didn’t make it into the final
> As I commented on one of the bugs that got marked as a duplicate we need to
> distinguish between linux systems on the one hand and OSX and Windows on the
> For linux we moved to webkit2, which no longer exposes an easy function to
> print to pdf. Our intention was to move to webkit2 on Windowss and OS X as
> well, but due to technical issues this hasn't happened for the 3.0 release
> (and I don't know if we ever will be able to - webkit2 won't build on those
> As we were migrating to webkit2, we found the missing pdf feature and amended
> the code to simply display the print dialog in both cases. Only then we came
> to the conclusion webkit2 wasn't going to happen on Windows and OS X and had
> to revert parts of the code. I suspect we mixed up there which leads to the
> current situation on Windows and OS X.
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