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Subject:Re: Quality on the Web From:Paula Puffer <techwrtr -at- CEI -dot- NET> Date:Sun, 28 Apr 1996 10:03:13 -0500
Cross-posted to acw-l and techwr-l
> Browsers don't necessarily print backgrounds. Postscript=20
>printers do that work. The better the printer the more background that =
>appears. I'm sure there are other configuration concerns that affect=20
>background prints. Anyone?
I've worked on a variety of computers and printers here at UALR and at =
Iowa State, and I have yet to have a background print when I print out a =
web page. And I just looked through both Netscape Navigator and MS =
Internet Explorer's help to see if I could find any information about it =
and didn't see anything about a configuration setting that will allow a =
user to print backgrounds.
So if anyone has managed to figure how to do this, I would really like =
to know, because it save me some hassle in creating a web page that show =
the various backgrounds and graphics I have designed for web pages.
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