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an image inserted as an example in a question on tex.stackexchange that shows up just fine on the browser screen becomes greatly oversized when an attempt is made to print it via stackprinter, with the result that important information is lost off the right-hand edge of the page. since i need to record this as documentation for a feature request in a latex package that's partly my responsibility, the details are important, in particular exactly what's lost off the edge of the image. is there any way to "shrink" this image so that it can be printed out?

also, an answer flagged for deletion isn't included in the stackprinter image, although that doesn't surprise me, and i've recorded this information elsewhere so don't mind its loss.

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closed as off topic by Jeff Atwood Sep 19 '11 at 21:58

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Hi there, you should ask this third-party apps support questions on Stackapps; I'm working on it. – systempuntoout Sep 19 '11 at 21:46
Shouldn't this rather be migrated instead of closed, in particular since there seems to be an appropriate SE site? – doncherry Sep 19 '11 at 22:05

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