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FireFox - Printing Table contents in excess of two page

Firefox 2.0.2 cuts off the bottom of the table, if the table contains contents in excess of one page in length. I would like to fix this issue as early as possible. Any help or code snippets would be greatly appreicated.
Nov 23 '07 #1
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Firefox 2.0.2 cuts off the bottom of the table, if the table contains contents in excess of one page in length. I would like to fix this issue as early as possible. Any help or code snippets would be greatly appreicated.

Unfortunately this is a known issue with Firefox, tables longer than a single printed page are truncated.

The only way that I am aware of to circumvent this is to split long tables into multiple, shorter tables to avoid the problem.
Nov 24 '07 #2
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Is the table floated? If so:
table{floated:none !important}

iirc. I don't recall if this bug has been fixed.
Nov 24 '07 #3

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