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Fergus Duniho wrote on 2017-12-07 UTC

This print version takes two links to get to. First, I had to click on the word "here" in "Click here to open/close/minimize a complete piece overview," and only after that opened up did I see the "print version" link. If I hadn't been looking for it, I wouldn't have found it. It's good that your interactive diagram can do this, but it would be helpful to display the "print version" link immediately without hiding it behind another link. It might also help to label it as "Printer version with all move diagrams." I checked that it showed up in the print preview, and it did. But when I checked how it would look when sent to my Kindle with Push to Kindle, the move diagrams did not show up. Since the main diagram does show up, and I presume that is done with JavaScript, I wonder if this could be fixed by giving the print version its own URL.


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