Print from computer print feature the way you used to allow.
Please return the ability to print from the computer using command+P or whatever the basic command is. I have been using your program for 2 years and have always been able to print using command+P instead of having to use the print feature in Planbook. If I use command+P now it only prints what I can see on the screen (about 1/2 a page). This is not functional.
Using the print feature in Planbook means having to set features and dates, create a pdf, check the pdf for accuracy, and then print (assuming it is accurate). In order to get my plans for this week aligned, I had to use the print feature 47 times. That is 47 pdf documents that I then have to delete from my computer.
Thank you for considering this request.
We’ve added a new “Full Screen” icon, next to the Search icon, to allow you to switch to Full Screen mode, where the header area is no longer locked in place. When in Full Screen mode, you’ll also be able to print via the Browser Print Icon. We hope this helps, any questions please let us know at email@example.com. Thanks!
I add my own fonts using HTML editor in site. The only way for these fonts to show up when printing is to allow the printing from the webpage like they used to. Forcing to save a PDF to print means the font doesn't transfer :(
David Vines commented
I desperately want the ability to print to a local printer with the print dialogue box rather than PDF as having to save this PDF file then locate it and print it off is really time consuming.
If I print direct from my browser I just get the view on screen, not the whole days plans.
Mr. Tony Giles commented
In the past, you could view your plans without a static task bar at the top of the page. This was ideal for those of us who show our "Day" view plans as an agenda on a projector screen in our classrooms. Can you add this back, or put this idea in motion?
Maria Santodonato commented
Please add the "browser print" feature like in the old version of planbook.com. It really isn't conducive or time efficient to have to convert every week's worth of plans to a PDF in order to print the whole screen. It also requires me to have to download and, in turn, delete all of these files from my computer. Why add all of these extra steps, when in the past all one would have to do is click one button?