Did you know that the PrintFriendly toolbar automatically adjusts to your visitor's language settings? For example, if your browser is set to Arabic, then the PrintFriendly toolbar will use Arabic, like so:
PrintFriendly recently added Turkish, Estonian and Hungarian to its language templates, bringing the total number of PrintFriendly-supported languages to 30. (Of course, PrintFriendly can print web pages in *any* language, not just these 30.) If you would like to add support for another language, then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
PrintFriendly Supported Languages:
Oho cool man..ReplyDelete
Instead of using the browser language... how can I localize the plugin to use the Worpress languages using qtranslate in only two languages.. English and FrenchReplyDelete
unfortunately it does not work.ReplyDelete
when I test the page on your website it displays the printer screen perfectely, but when I insert the code on my web page, upload it to my site and try it, it only appears a print screen with the titles and images, but not the rest of the text.
Can I have the URL of your site? Did you add the button through this page http://www.printfriendly.com/button?
How can I fix the language of Print Friendly in Drupal 7!!!
Please send us an email at email@example.com with link to your site.
is there a possibility to print popups?
What kind of pop ups are you talking about? The ones that show up on first visit and user can close out?
If possible send us a URL so that we can see live what you want to print.
to specify the question before... i mean hidden divs, which are set to "display block"ReplyDelete
kind regards oliver
What a great resource! Thanks!ReplyDelete
Great job, really. ThanksReplyDelete
The plugin works fine for me EXCEPT that the wrong author's name appears. Check it out at http://www.lcr-lagauche.orgReplyDelete
We received your email regarding this and are looking into the issue. We'll get back to you soon.
Hi - is it possible to change the icon label to french as the default, so it will appear as "imprimer" at the bottom of ever post? (for wordpress.com)ReplyDelete
Go to this page ( http://www.printfriendly.com/button ), click WordPress.com radio button, and in step 2, you can write Imprimer so that that is the icon label that shows up.Delete
You can use any image/text for the PrintFriendly button.Delete
You can do this in the WordPress plugin settings. Or if you're using the HTML code, follow these instructions.
Am using the friendly button in my Arabic website but am not getting the date information what will the cause of this issueReplyDelete
add class="pf-date" to the element.Delete
I use Printfriendly and I much prefer it over other PDF add-ons. I use it for texts in Danish and usually it works like a charm. However, when I use it to save pages from Wayback Machine/Internet Archive it leaves out the Danish letters, Æ Ø Å. Is there a way to fix this? I could use another add-on but I just don't like their PDF's as much.ReplyDelete
Please send the specific URL (web address) to the page we can reproduce the issue.Delete
The URL is this film website that you can only read via Wayback Machine (because the site has been deleted):
For instance, check this review of a film called "Åndernes Magt". In the PDF that I create with PRINT FRIENDLY the title omits the Danish letter Å (and all other Danish letters, Æ,Ø,Å):
It is working on my side, please check the PDF https://www.scribd.com/document/467463270/Web-archive-org-wwwuncutdk-%C3%85NDERNES-MAGT-Review the danish letters are here. You can try with a different browser or it might be Ad Block, Security Software, or Cookies/Cache needing to be cleared.Delete
1. Clear your browser cookies and cache.
2. Check adblock/security software settings and whitelist PrintFriendly.com
If you’re still experiencing problems after that, please provide the following details:
1. What Operating system are you using?
2. Extension Version Number: Right click the PrintFriendly icon in the toolbar and select “Manage Extensions”.
3. Click the links below, do you see a lot of code? Or is it a blank page.http://cdn.printfriendly.com/printfriendly.js
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