esmith Posted August 11, 2010 Share Posted August 11, 2010 We have a new instance of an in-house web portal which generates PDFs from FP Server for output via the browser by client or by our presses and shipped to client. Due to the latter option, the templates are designed to include bleed on all 4 sides, but if the option to print online is chosen, the output is cropped to the trim dimensions rather than the bleed. This seems to work fine on Explorer (tested with 7) and Firefox (tested with 3.5), but on Safari (tested with 5) the image prints off-center toward the bottom, right corner of sheet. My guess is that this is because Safari is referencing the media size instead of the trim size. Since the other browsers seem to reference the trim size correctly, I am hesitant to mess with the template itself, especially since I need the extra 1/8" for output to our presses. I've looked through the config file to see if a setting could be changed to force cropping to trim box, but I can't find any documentation on command or properties in the CFG file. Can anyone suggest a working solution to get Safari (along with the other browsers) to output the file in correct position? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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