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Add "Print Frame" to context menu.

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Add "Print Frame" to context menu. cspires 12/10/09 5:25 AM
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It would be nice to have a "Print Frame" option in the browsers context menus ("right click") when you're visiting a page with frames in it.  Right now, if you want to print a single frame of a page it's necessary to select "Open Frame in new Tab/Window/etc" then print the new tab/window.
Re: Add "Print Frame" to context menu. congosto 12/21/10 3:30 AM
" Right now, if you want to print a single frame of a page it's necessary to select "Open Frame in new Tab/Window/etc" then print the new tab/window."

however this is not even possible if the frame you want to print is the result of a form post operation. Pleas include print frame in Chrome
Re: Add "Print Frame" to context menu. Maestro.Tech 12/22/10 5:02 PM
Please include PRINT FRAME!!!!!!
Re: Add "Print Frame" to context menu. vasa1 12/22/10 7:14 PM
Most likely, even the existing options in the context menu that comes up on right-clicking in a frame are going to be reduced, not increased by the time Chrome 10 stable appears! It's already gone from Chrome 10 dev. The bad news is here:
Re: Add "Print Frame" to context menu. mrd3 2/22/11 6:10 PM
Chrome 10 is broken.  Open frame in new tab is missing on right click so I cannot use Chrome to print my paycheck record.  IT IS STUPID TO TAKE FEATURES OUT OF A PRODUCT!  SOMEONE IS USING THAT FEATURE AND NEEDS IT.
Re: Add "Print Frame" to context menu. WLRosenfeld 2/27/11 2:41 PM
Please add my vote to those that want to be able to simply print a page with frames and have it appear complete.  The extension allows you to get around the problem but this shouldn't be necessary (and isn't in IE).
Re: Add "Print Frame" to context menu. chuckh1958 3/14/11 9:41 AM
Another vote for "print frame". I cannot print expense reports at work (Oracle Peoplesoft Application) without a print frame option. My version of Chrome is 10.0.648.133.
Re: Add "Print Frame" to context menu. Steven Hook 3/16/11 8:26 AM
print frame is 10 out of 10. better then open in new tab and then print. especially when open in new tab is gone.
I got it back here: https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/ckegihlfolljbjmbaidfnnjjhondlpho
But print frame in context menu is best