Brett on 06 Jan, 2013 03:33 PM
This just isn't possible. Marked displays a web page, and there's no way in CSS to determine pagination. You have to do a print preview to get that info, and I can't currently allow custom headers and footers through the webkit print system. I'm afraid I don't see any way to accomplish this.
on 07 Mar, 2014 03:10 PM
What about an alternate preview screen for paginated PDF? Then
it would be the same as the export button except without the
Right now I am doing something similar to what Maurice is
asking. I'm attempting to address "page-break-*" CSS properties not
being fully honored by webkit. As it is I can export to paginated
PDF, open it in Preview, and then re-export any time I want a
refresh. I still have to go click on Preview to force it to
refresh, but ... it works at least. So I suppose my suggestion is
to cut-out the middle man. Have a sister view to the main preview
and then push the export-rendered version to that previewer when
the user asks (since this is a really time consuming operation,
auto-refresh is probably out of the question).