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Glad to see beta 5 fixed (mostly) the dates and resources problems.

Question 1.
Printing to PDF sends out both the outline and the Gantt parts of the view. But (as someone else has already indicated) it leaves whopping margins which can't be reset within the program and take lots of fiddling to remove elsewhere.

Exporting to tiff, png, jpg and pdf gives nice clean images with no extra margin. But, only the Gantt bars come through.

Can the whole lot be exported please?

Question 2.
For some purposes, being able to show weeks across the top of the chart is very helpful, even if the project runs to 10 months. Currently, the only way to show the whole project on one screen/page is "Scale to fit project".

Can you make it possible to show weeks as part of the whole project view, even in a longer project?

Question 3.
Entering task start/end date info in the Task Inspector does not update in the the outline, until you click in the outline. I'm wondering why it doesn't just change in 'real time'?

Keep up the good work.

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