Header and Footer will not display or print.

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Mark.ft

23 Sep, 2016 02:48 AM

I am running version 2.9 (59) and running macos sierra.

I am unable to print, or dispaly any headers or footers on any of my documents since upgrading to 2.9.

Is this a known issue or maybe somehting I am doing wrong?

Thanks

Mark

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Fletcher on 25 Sep, 2016 09:27 PM

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    I thought I had this fixed before submission, but you're right. It's
    still messed up.

    Either 10.11 or 10.10 really changed the way print headers/footers work.
      2.8 was ok, presumably because it linked to the old development libraries.

    The beta for v3 was fixed a previously, because it linked against later
    libraries. It seems to work ok (with the exception that web view
    footers don't work for some reason I have not been able to track down.)

    I'll work on a fix, but I strongly recommend that everyone be using v3
    anyways.

    http://support.multimarkdown.com/kb/future-plans/where-can-i-download-the-beta-for-v3

    Thanks for sending this!

    Fletcher

  2. 2 Posted by Mark.ft on 25 Sep, 2016 09:46 PM

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    Thanks Fletcher. I downloaded version 3 and I can see the header .

    Love your app, it has changed how I write and prepare all my docs.

    Thanks
    M a r k

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