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H. G. Muller wrote on 2017-12-07 UTC

I know nothing about this AddThis thing; (Other than that it is often responsible for a large delay in loading the page.) I did not put it there, and I am not resposible for what it does. If you don't like what it does, you'd better repair it...

When you open the piece legend to the diagram, there is a link 'print version', and if you click that all move diagrams are shown at once. 'Side by side' actually should be understood as one above the other here. What you see is what you get. Even the average vistor here should be smart enough to first select what they want to print, before printing it.


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