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Old 4th June 2010, 09:30 PM
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Cannot print PHP file to localhost HP 810c printer

I just noticed this today. On F12 trying to print a PHP5 source code file to my HP 810c Deskjet printer. The PHP5 code is only 150 lines long.

But the page refuses to print out. I tried a 1 page text file, and that printed almost immediately.

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