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Ebay labels have worked fine for 19 years, but for the past 10 days labels being generated still look ok . . . although slightly different . . . and are no longer scanable at the post office. Ebay has been unable to fix the problem so I'm wondering if it might be from my end? These "new" labels have what appear to be "pieces" of a QR code in 3 places.

Ebay labels have worked fine for 19 years, but for the past 10 days labels being generated still look ok . . . although slightly different . . . and are no longer scanable at the post office. Ebay has been unable to fix the problem so I'm wondering if it might be from my end? These "new" labels have what appear to be "pieces" of a QR code in 3 places.

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Sorry, yes, Firefox 103 for Mac has a bug with PDFs that contain embedded images or which consist of one huge image. The image is not scaled correctly, so this happens:

  • Embedded images: the image is enlarged within its original boundaries and much of it gets lost
  • Entire PDF is an image: the image flows off the page regardless of what kind of scaling you try

There is a bug on file for this, and hopefully there will be a fix in Firefox 105. For now, I'm not aware of any workaround. You may need to print PDFs from Preview or Acrobat. If you want to change the way Firefox handles PDFs by default because this is a frequent problem, here's a link to the support article: View PDF files in Firefox or choose another viewer.

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