My web page uses svg images, but when the svg is printed by Firefox they are pixelated with bad resolution.

I realized a web page that uses svg images. One of them is here:

The svg is produced by Adobe Illustrator, CS5 version. Seen in any browser, the images look good at any magnification, but when I print the page in Firefox, the image is blurry seriously, apparently because that pixelation uses the wrong resolution.

The same phenomenon occurs in all browsers, not quite as bad in Chrome, but still not perfect.

Do you have plans to fix this bug, or do you have a work around?

Don Wagner


Better control your graphics drivers are updated!

Tags: Firefox

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