Fine Print

Fine Print

Chrome Extension for Improving Printed Version of Popular Online Websites

Fine Print
What is Fine Print?
Fine Print is a Chrome extension designed to improve the printed versions of popular online websites. It automatically removes images that are cut between pages and eliminates footers, sidebars, and ads from the printable PDFs. By installing the extension, supported websites will have a better Print Preview. The extension is open-sourced on GitHub, allowing users to contribute and request support for other frequently printed websites.
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By: Nizar
Users: 249 ▼ -6
Rating: 3.00 (2)
Version: 1.1.0 (Last updated: 2020-12-23)
Creation date: 2020-04-11
Risk impact: Low risk impact
Risk likelihood: Low risk likelihood
Manifest version: 2
Size: 25.15K
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Summary

Most websites do not have a good printable PDF version. In other words, when you try to print their pages, they have images that are cut between two pages. In addition, some websites show their footers, sidebars, or even ads in their PDF printable versions. This chrome extension makes the printable versions of those PDFs much nicer for popular websites. In addition, it is open sourced for people to be able to contribute to making other websites they frequently print or save as PDF much nicer.

All you have to do is install the extension, and it will make supported websites look better when being printed, automatically. ( ;

So if a website is supported, its Print Preview will look better than usual! If it isn't supported, and you'd like us to support it; kindly check the GitHub link in the bottom to raise an Issue requesting a website to be supported!

Currently Supported Websites: - Medium websites

If you wish to contribute, kindly go to : https://github.com/nizarmah/fineprint

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User reviews
it doesnt work. The pictures and some portions of text still have 1 half on 1 page, the other half on other.
by Victoria Besarab Victoria Besarab, 2022-09-27

This really amazing little tool, improves printing to PDF really a lot, thank you for such great programming work! It's a simple, but still a really great programmed tool, which really works great, so I'm really excited, sometimes it doesn't work right away, you have to reload the page more often and restart printing more often, they could work on that a little bit more! Edit 2022 Nov.17 _________________ You should use this really great tool (it is such a great tool!). Excellent, classified, and genetically programmed! Maybe once for "universal" programming. I mean that it scales any web page "all in one," namely so that the perfect layout is always guaranteed! I'm sick and tired of many web pages not having a print layout button and a "Print Now!" button that simply sends a layout to the PDF printer! Is there no "layout API" that you can "control"? It's extremely annoying!  I want a tool, preferably with artificial intelligence, that meticulously calculates the exact layout! That must be possible; otherwise, it is not possible with static programming. In an emergency, static programming must hold out, but a dynamic AI model would be preferable to me! It must be possible to calculate the IFrames reasonably. So a tool that reads the HTML source code and calculates, on the basis of the source code (iFrames and boxes, etc.), how the layout can be scaled reasonably and best!  I mean, Google creates it per artificial intelligence, per "computer CPU chips," perfectly cut to size, automatically per "AI," and I want to know that it should not be possible here with a Pipifax HTML code to calculate the best and perfect scaling?  This is the biggest joke! Oh, Lord, please, I beg you! Can they, with their soft, lovely, precious fingers, in their fervor, strike the keyboard and press the keys to write on virtual parchment the precious pixel fonts to create a technologically valuable product? That would be lovely, tender, and love-spiced, oh, Lord! Greetings from Germany!
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Safety
Risk impact

Fine Print is relatively safe to use as it requires very minimum permissions.

Risk likelihood

Fine Print has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.

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