The last version of Webkit to work with Safari 3.0b was r23841. After that, all versions that I have tried when printing long pages, will only print the first two.
Go to: http://tinyurl.com/yqz3ga
Select Print -> Preview
You will get a preview with only two pages, while the document usually takes much more (On letter or A4).
The latest version to work is actually: r24002.
I can't reproduce with a local debug build of WebKit r25545 with Safari 3 Public Beta v. 3.0.3 (522.12.1) on Mac OS X 10.4.10 (8R218). I can not reproduce with WebKit Nightly r25585 either.
Pepe, do you have a "user style sheet" installed ("Preferences", "Advanced", "Style Sheet:")?
Have you changed the default fonts for Safari from Times 16 and Courier 13 ("Preferences", "Appearance", "Standard font:" and "Fixed-width font:")?
What printer driver are you using when you see this?
Does this still happen for you with WebKit Nightly r25585?
Currently I am testing on Safari build 522.12.1 on MacOS 10.4.10 8R2218 and Webkit Nightly r25634 and still happens.
I am not using a "user style sheet". I had changed the default fonts, but going back to the factory defaults did not solve the issue.
The printers I have are HP Deskjet 5850 and Adobe PDF 8.0. Happens while previewing and saving as PDF.
Does this also happen when you select "No printer" and then choose to preview?
(In reply to comment #4)
> The printers I have are HP Deskjet 5850 and Adobe PDF 8.0. Happens while
> previewing and saving as PDF.
Do you have Adobe Reader 8.0 configured as your default PDF viewing application?
I don't see such thing as a 'No Printer' option.
My default printer is the HP Deskjet.