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Advanced print configuration options (customizing headers and footers) not taking effect

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One aspect of Firefox I value is the ability to customize headers and footers on printed webpages. This ability is important for my work.

I customized the headers and footers in the about:config interface according to advice posted [https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/que.../1323433|here].

Recently, these settings don't take effect when I print webpages to pdf. I've triple checked that the settings are correct, but every time I print, the header and footer remain in the Firefox default configuration. Inexplicably, my preferred settings do take effect if I set the destination to "Fax." All other destinations don't work.

Is there any way to make these settings work again? Sadly, this might be a dealbreaker for me if not.

One aspect of Firefox I value is the ability to customize headers and footers on printed webpages. This ability is important for my work. I customized the headers and footers in the about:config interface according to advice posted [[https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1323433|here]]. Recently, these settings don't take effect when I print webpages to pdf. I've triple checked that the settings are correct, but every time I print, the header and footer remain in the Firefox default configuration. Inexplicably, my preferred settings do take effect if I set the destination to "Fax." All other destinations don't work. Is there any way to make these settings work again? Sadly, this might be a dealbreaker for me if not.

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Oops, messed up the support link. Here it is: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1323433