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Hello,

I'm running 96165.

1. Checkboxes won't print. I've ticked "Completion checkboxes" in the Page Setup dialog. I note this was mentioned a while ago, and that it was thought to be fixed.

2. I'm grouping by start date. Tasks under "Start tomorrow" won't print when it's expanded, but will print if I also expand "Start within the next week". Bizarre.

(My printer is a HP LaserJet 2200D. Other applications print just fine. Bug report sent.)
 
The completion boxes check was inverted a while back -- could you double-check that it is still configured right in Page Setup? Maybe it got saved inverted.

I've fixed the expansion issue with date ranges in 96219. Thanks!
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The completion boxes check was inverted a while back -- could you double-check that it is still configured right in Page Setup? Maybe it got saved inverted.
Just updated to 96221. If it was inverted in 96165, it's fixed now.

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I've fixed the expansion issue with date ranges in 96219. Thanks!
Also fixed. Thanks Tim.
 
 


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